The new Tisza-bridge at Tiszaug was built next to the former common road-railway bridge. (The old bridge serves only for railway traffic in the future.) The four-span continuous beam consists of two girders with gradually increasing depth and an orthotropic steel deck.

The challenge of the site erection was that the bridge – assembled at the right bank – was incrementally launched to its final place in two pieces, using the piers and a barge in the river as auxiliary supports. The two pieces then were connected at their final places.