The Nile Bridge in Uganda is a cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Victoria Nile at Jinja, near the source of the Nile. It was officially opened in October 2018 and replaced the old Nalubaale Bridge that was built in 1954. The new bridge is the longest of its kind in East Africa, with a total length of 525 metres and a central span of 290 metres. It has a four-lane dual carriageway with pedestrian walkways on both sides. It is part of the Northern Corridor, a major transport route that connects Uganda and its landlocked neighbors to the Indian Ocean. It is expected to last for 120 years and improve the safety and efficiency of road traffic in the region.