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UPDATED: 10:00, June 08, 2004
Cross-sea bridge at Hangzhou Bay under construction
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The bridge starts from Jiaxing City in the north and ends at Ningbo City in the south, covering a full length of 36 km. After completion, it will cut the land distance between Ningbo and Shanghai by 120 km. With a total investment of 11.8 billion yuan, the whole project is expected to be finished by 2008.

Once finished, the bridge will become the world longest cross-sea bridge.

By People's Daily Online


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Effect of the landing on the sea. It can serve as an engineering facility, as well as a site providing supply, emergency aid and sightseeing services.

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Effect of the cross-sea bridge at Hangzhou Bay.

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The southern landing stage extending to the sea.The project includes construction of a 9.3 km southern landing stage and a 1.5 km northern landing stage. By now the southern one has been completed and 1.3 km finished for the northern one.

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The tip of the southern landing stage.

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Box girder plant under construction. The first 50m box girder will be made here this year.
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