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Installation of span structures started at the construction site of the Blagoveshchensk-Heihe cross-border bridge - EastRussia | Far East

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Installation of span structures started at the construction site of the Blagoveshchensk-Heihe cross-border bridge

The stage of the installation of span structures began on the construction of a bridge across the Amur between Blagoveshchensk and Chinese Heihe, the first flyover over the Kanikurgan channel has been carried out, the press service of the government of the Amur region reported.

"Almost 200 Amurchan is working on direct construction. But there are also designers, road workers, and even employees of Russian plants, where they make designs for the bridge. Yes, all the details of the bridge from our side - domestic production ", - the commentary of the Governor Alexander Kozlov is quoted in the message, in whose presence the first span was installed. As reported, only seven longitudinal thrusts are to be completed: four - over the Kanikurgan channel and three for the installation of spans of the main structure above the Amur. On the Russian side, builders have to lay over the Amur 540 m bridge and 278 m across the Kanikurganskaya canal. The length of the motorways taking into account the three traffic interchanges will be almost 28 km.

Construction of the bridge has been going on since the end of 2017, three years have been devoted to the work. The bridge is designed to pass 4 million tons of cargo and 2 million passengers per year. The project is estimated at over 18,8 billion rubles, including the costs of the Russian side are planned at 13,6 billion rubles.