The Opaekaa Road Bridge, also known as the Opaekaa Road Bridge, is a steel truss bridge listed on the National Register of Historic Places located along Opaekaa Road in the Wailua Homesteads neighborhood of Kapaa, Hawaii, United States. The one-lane bridge spans Opaekaa Stream. With steel beams forged in 1890 by the Alexander Findlay & Company in Motherwell, Scotland, this is touted as possibly the only British-built bridge located in the United States.
Today, the largest span has a length of , a total length of and a deck width of . Having an average daily traffic of 382 vehicles as of 1986, the bridge is maintained by the Kauai County Division of Roads. With a sufficiency rating of only 14.7 percent and substandard safety railing, this span is listed as structurally deficient and past the point of rehabilitation, necessitating the need for a replacement span for the crossing.
As a result of its age and exposure, many of its steel beams are rusted through, with much of its concrete deck cracked in multiple locations. Due to its deteriorating state as of 2007, its rated load is only just 5 tons. Currently, the span is listed to be replaced as part of the Hawaii Department of Transportation's current statewide transportation improvement program.