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By June 2024, the Narmada River’s longest bridge will be completed

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By June 2024, the Narmada River’s longest bridge will be completed

By June 2024, the longest bridge on the Narmada River, which is part of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail Corridor, should be completed.

The 1.2-kilometer-long Narmada River Bridge in Bharuch, Gujarat, would be the longest bridge on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor’s 508-kilometer length.

By June 2024, all 20 bridges under construction in Gujarat on various rivers will be completed.

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The MAHSR project will build bridges across rivers such as the Narmada, Sabarmati, Kaveri, Mahi, Par, Purna Ambika, Daroatha, Kolak, Mindhola, Daman Ganga, Anuraga, Vishwamitri, Kharera, Kim, Dhadhar, Tapi, Vatrak, Mohar, and Meshwa, among others.

The Narmada river will have the project’s longest bridge, followed by the Tapi and Mahi rivers, each of which will be nearly 720 metres long.

Two temporary access bridges of eight metres each are being built for the construction of wells inside the Narmada stream, with a 60 metre gap between them to allow navigation.

Furthermore, a trial run on the Gujarat section of the Bullet Train corridor will begin in 2026, with public train services beginning in 2027.

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