Rybina (at km 14.98). A swing bridge for narrow-gauge railway. The bridge's clearance is about 2.7 m and depends on the actual water level. The bridge is operated manually by means of a system of gears and transmissions.
Rybina (at km 15.45). Road drawbridge. The clearance of the closed bridge is approximately 2.58 m and depends on the actual water level. The bridge is mounted on wooden piles driven into the river bottom. The piles support four concrete bridge spans. The last, movable spans are of steel, riveted, latticework construction. Originally, the spans were raised manually. Today they can be operated with electric motors.
Sobieszewo (at km 9). Pontoon bridge for road traffic. The bridge may not be raised automatically according to timetable but only after a sound signal from the vessel or a telephone request.
Nowakowo (at km 11.7). The bridge consists of four pontoons. At high water levels on the river Elbląg, the bridge is closed. Towards the North, one of the spans is opened mechanically and efficiently. In the 1970s , a ferry used to cross the river at this point.
Drawbridges in Elbląg (at km 4.6 to 4.9). The two footbridges have now been replaced with a three-span moveable bridges, with the central span being raisable. The width of the navigable span is 16 m. The upper bridge is available for pedestrians and cyclists. The lower one is also available for road traffic.