Greater Lyon has 45 bridges and footbridges (24 on the Rhône, 21 on the Saône) and Lyon has 29 (16 and 13 respectively). They were destroyed on September 1, 1944 except for l'Ile Barbe bridge and the l'Homme de la Roche and St Vincent footbridges.
Two new bridges spanning the Rhône between Saint-Clair and the Cité Internationale (217m long and 5m wide) and above the Jonage canal, 25 meters upstream from the bridge Décines
In 2014, two new bridges were built; Saône on the Schuman Masaryk bridge between the gateway and the Ile Barbe on the Rhone and the Raymond Barre tram bridge to connect to the Gerland Confluence.
From north to south in Lyon:
- On the Saone bridge of the Ile Barbe, Masaryk bridge Clemenceau bridge, bridge of General Koenig, Human gateway Roche, St Vincent gateway (1832), the bridge Feuillée (1949), bridge Maréchal Juin (1973), gateway Courthouse (1986), Bonaparte bridge (1950), St. George gateway - Abbé Paul Couturier (Nov. 1944), Marchand Bridge Kitchener (1847-1959), sun motorway viaduct (1971), Bridge Kitchener SNCF (1946) Mulatière SNCF viaduct (1946), Bridge Mulatière (1972).
- On the Rhone: bridge Raymond Poincaré (1989), Railway viaduct (1857), Winston Churchill bridge (1982), Marshal De Lattre de Tassigny bridge (1956), Morand bridge (1976), the College Bridge (1845), Lafayette Bridge (1890), Wilson Bridge (1918), bridge of the Guillotière (1954), the University Bridge (1899), Gallieni bridge (1965), Perrache Railway viaduct (1856), Pasteur Bridge (1950).