Anda Bridge is along the Anda-Bolinao Road, Pangasinan.
The bridge is 400 lm. long made up of 8-span steel trusses with 300 lm. asphalt concrete road approaches. It is designed to carry M12 (H20 – 44) live loading. The substructure consists of seven (7) piers supported
by bored piles of varying sizes (1.2.m dia., 1.5-m dia, and 2 m in diameter) with lengths ranging from 33.0 to 57.5 lm. Abutment “A” is on RC piles 0.45 m x 0.45 m x 25 m while Abutment “B” is on spread footing. The construction of Anda Bridge between the Luzon Mainland and Anda Island in Western Pangasinan availed of the recycled steel members from old Carmen Bridge which collapsed during the July 16, 1990 killer earthquake.