Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing
|Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing|
|Carries||Vehicles and Dubai Metro's Green Line|
|Locale||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Maintained by||Roads and Transport Authority|
|Total length||1,600 metres (5,200 ft)|
|Width||64 metres (210 ft)|
|Height||190 metres (620 ft)|
|Longest span||667 metres (2,188 ft)|
|Clearance below||15 metres (49 ft)|
|Construction end||expected 2015|
Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing, also known as Sixth Crossing, is a future bridge in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. If completed, it will become the world's longest arch bridge, with a main span 667 metres (2,188 ft) long. The bridge's overall length will be 1.6 kilometres (0.99 mi). The bridge will be 64 metres (210 ft) wide and will rise 15 metres (49 ft) above the water. The bridge, designed by FXFOWLE Architects, will cost AED 2.5 billion. It will be a part of a AED 3 billion roads project near The Lagoons. The bridge is expected to be complete in 2015.
The bridge will link the localities of Al Jaddaf and Bur Dubai. It will have six lanes of traffic in each direction and will be able to carry 20,000 vehicles per hour. In the center will be a track for Dubai Metro's Green Line.
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- roadtraffic-technology.com: Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing, United Arab Emirates
- Bridge description at FXFOWLE Architects webpage
- Project description at Road Traffic Technology webpage
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