New Yamuna Bridge
New Yamuna Bridge
|Carries||6 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 (also known as Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Bridge) is a cable-stayed bridge located in Prayagraj 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 1510 m with a longest span of 260m which is supported by a cable which stays in a concrete anchor bridges. 
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