The Sotra Bridge ( Norwegian: Sotrabrua ) is a suspension bridge between the mainland and Litlesotra in Hordaland county, Norway. It connects Sotra to the mainland in Bergen. In 2007, an average of 24,840 vehicles crossed the bridge each day, up from 14,681 in 1994 and 20,062 in 1999. Sotra Bridge was officially opened by King Olav V in 1972, although it was actually opened for traffic on December 11, 1971. Because of the cramped situation on the bridge, plan is to build either a parallel two-lane bridge which makes a total of four lanes, or a new four-lane motorway bridge.