With its almost 900 m length the viaduct of the M6 Motorway at Szebény is the second longest viaduct of Hungary. Both carriageway bridges are nine-span, continuous beam bridges, have constant height, steel box cross-sections and orthotropic steel decks.

The bridge was launched from one side without auxiliary supports. Due to the significant cantilever length the steel nose was suspended on auxiliary masts – applied for the first time in Hungary. The slender RC piers reach the 28-meter height.