Lake Temenggor Bridge

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Lake Temenggor Bridge
Jambatan Tasik Temenggor
Carries Motor vehicles
Crosses Lake Temenggor
Locale Jkr-ft4.png East-West Highway, Perak
Official name Lake Temenggor Bridge
Maintained by Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR) Hulu Perak
Belati Wangsa Sdn Bhd
Characteristics
Design double box girder bridge
Total length 880 m (West side)
640 m (East side)
Width --
Longest span --
History
Designer Government of Malaysia
Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR)
ENEX of New Zealand
Constructed by Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR)
Opened 1982

Lake Temenggor Bridge is the longest highway bridge on the East-West Highway, (Federal route Jkr-ft4.png). Opened on 1 July 1982, the bridge crosses Lake Temenggor, a hydroelectric dam in Perak, Malaysia. There are two sections of the bridge, in west side (880 metres) and east side (640 metres).

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Coordinates: 5°33′01″N 101°20′59″E / 5.5504°N 101.34980°E / 5.5504; 101.34980