New Yamuna Bridge
New Yamuna Bridge
|Carries||4 lanes, pedestrians and bicycles|
|Official name||The New Yamuna Bridge|
|Total length||1,510 metres (4,954 ft)|
|Longest span||260 metres (853 ft)|
|Designer||Hindustan Construction Company and Hyundai Engineering and Construction|
The New Yamuna Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge located in Prayagraj (Allahabad). The bridge was constructed by the end of 2004 with the aim of minimizing the traffic over the Old Naini Bridge. The bridge runs north–south across the Yamuna river connecting the city of Prayagraj to its neighborhood of Naini. The construction was consulted by COWI A/S, a Danish consulting company. Main construction was done by Hyundai and was successfully completed in 2004.
The total length of the bridge is 1,510 m with a longest span of 260 m which is supported by a cable which stays in a concrete anchor bridges.
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