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Munger Ganga Bridge

Munger Ganga Bridge
Carries Rail-Road
Crosses Ganges
Locale Munger-Begusarai
Design K-truss
Total length 3,190 metres (10,470 ft)
Width 12 metres
Number of spans 27
Construction begin 2002
Construction end June 2015 (expected)
Coordinates

Munger Ganga Bridge (Hindi: मुंगेर गंगा सेतु), is a rail-cum-road bridge under construction across the Ganges, at Munger in the Indian state of Bihar.The bridge will connect Munger-Jamalpur twin cities to various districts of North Bihar.

The 3.19 km long bridge costing Rs. 9,300 million is located 55 km downstream of the Rajendra Setu near Mokama and 68 km upstream of the Vikramshila Setu at Bhagalpur. The bridge will form a link between NH 80 on the southern side of the Ganges and NH 31 on the northern side of the Ganges. It will also help to connect Jamalpur Junction on the Sahibganj Loop line of Eastern Railway to Sahebpur Kamal Junction on the Barauni-Katihar section of East Central Railway.[1]The Bridge will connect districts of Begusarai and Khagaria to the Divisional headquarters Munger city.

Construction work on the bridge was inaugurated by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister, through video conference system, in 2002.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "Trains in India". PPPNOW.com. Retrieved 2011-07-06. 
  2. ^ "PM opens work on Munger rail-cum-road bridge project". Times of India, 22 december 2002. 2002-12-27. Retrieved 2011-07-06. 
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