A listing of bridges in Michigan.
The Ambassador Bridge, also known as the Ambassador International Bridge, is a suspension bridge that connects Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Ontario over the Detroit River. It is the busiest international border crossing in North America by trade volume, with 25% of all merchandise trade between the United States and Canada crossing the Ambassador.
The Au Gres Pedestrian Bridge carries a pedestrian walkway over the Au Gres River in Au Gres, Michigan.
The Bagley Pedestrian Bridge is located in the Mexicantown community of Detroit and crosses Interstate 75. It was the first cable-stayed span to be completed in the state.
The Bridgeport Bridge carries pedestrians and cyclists over the Cass River in Bridgeport, Michigan.
Cut River Bridge carries US 2 over the Cut River in Mackinac County.
The Hickory Island Bridge is a closed Pratt through truss that carried Hickory Island Road over the Rifle River in Arenac County, Michigan.