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Goldstein: Nizhneleninskoye - Tongjiang bridge will be commissioned in early 2021

Goldstein: Nizhneleninskoye - Tongjiang bridge will be commissioned in early 2021

The construction of the Nizhneleninsky-Tongjiang cross-border bridge in Jewish autonomy will be completed in the first quarter of 2021. This was asserted by the acting governor Rostislav Goldstein during a live broadcast on Instagram.

At the end of 2019, the authorities of the EAO announced that, together with Gazprombank, they intend to unfreeze the construction of the bridge, according to the adjusted plans, a new crossing was supposed to work. in 2020 year

According to Goldstein, there is full confidence that the project will be completed, since Russian Railways is connecting to it. The head of the region said that the transit capacity will reach 21 million tons, cargo turnover will be about $ 60 billion.

The acting governor also said that he will work to ensure that industrial parks for the production of value-added products appear on the site near the bridge.

The Nizhneleninsky - Tongjiang bridge began to be built in February 2014. Its total length will be 7193,71 meters, the length of the section across the river is 2215,02 meters. The Bureau of Railway Bridges of China is responsible for the construction of the main section of the bridge - 1886,15 meters - and all access bridges, and the Russian side - for the construction of the section main bridge - 328,57 meter.

It was expected that the bridge will appear at the end of 2018, but the dates were shifted due to the introduction of significant changes in the design documentation. Then it was announced that the transition would be passed September 2019 years, after - at the end of the year. 

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