The Takutu River Bridge, this bridge was built to connect Guyana to Brazil. It was opened on July 31, 2009; The Bridge is located in Lethem, Guyana, and stretches across the Takutu River to link the two borders of the two countries. The bridge cost 5 million USD and was paid for by Brazil. This bridge allows smooth and easy travel into Brazil nearest town Bon Fim.
The bridge is the only instance in the Americas of a land border where drivers must change from driving on the left (in Guyana) to driving on the right (in Brazil), or vice versa. The changeover is achieved by means of a crossover bridge on the Guyanese side.