The toll road boasts several singular features, not least of which is the Sancho el Mayor Bridge over the River Ebro.
The main span of the bridge measures 146 m and is constructed from 3.2 metre-long prefabricated sections. It is supported in the centre by 35 pairs of twin cables, each attached to their corresponding sections to form the deck. The cables run up to a tower that rises 60 m above the deck, its foundations embedded 40 metres beneath the surface. It is suspended by two sets of stays, whose counterweights are made from 2,400 m3 of prestressed concrete.