Fredhällsbron (Swedish: The Fredhäll Bridge) is a bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden. It connects the island Lilla Essingen to Fredhäll, a district on the island Kungsholmen, and, forming a section of the Essingeleden motorway, connects the Lilla Essingen interchange to the tunnel Fredhällstunneln.

The bridge is made of pre-stressed concrete cellular sections forming two parallel, separate roadways, each 270 metres long and 14,8 metres wide with horizontal clearances of 9 metres.

In 2004, 19,084 private cars per day entered Stockholm over Fredhällsbron, a number decreased by 38% during the Stockholm congestion tax trial in 2006.

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