Ponte Morandi (English: Morandi Bridge), or Polcevera viaduct, was a bridge on the A10 motorway in Genoa, Italy. The bridge was one of the major links to France.
The bridge was built between 1963 and 1967. It opened on 4 September 1967.
On 14 August 2018, a part of the bridge collapsed. At least thirty-nine people were killed.
Eyewitnesses said the bridge was hit by lightning just before it collapsed.
Between 30 and 35 cars and three trucks might have fallen from the bridge.