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Construction of a bridge between the Jewish Autonomous Region and China will be completed in the summer

Construction of a bridge between the Jewish Autonomous Region and China will be completed in the summer

The railway bridge over the Amur River between the Jewish Autonomy and China is ready for 98%. In July, builders plan to fully complete the bridge part of the Nizhneleninskoe-Tongjiang junction.

As noted by the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Nikolai Kandelya, quoted as TASS, the final schedule for the completion of construction and commissioning of the Russian part of the bridge, developed by the contractor, is currently being agreed.

Earlier it was announced that the transition would be completed in September 2019, then at the end of the year. Now the authorities of the Jewish Autonomous Region declare that the date of the start of operation of the bridge depends, among other things, on the completion of the construction of the railway checkpoint. It was expected to appear at the end of 2018, but was displaced due to significant changes in the design documentation. Its creation will begin with the start of work on the construction of a railway station. Now the foundation of the checkpoint facilities has been erected, the entire construction will take about eight months.

The Nizhneleninskoe-Tongjiang bridge began to be built in February 2014. Its total length was 7193,71 meters, the length of the section across the river - 2215,02 meters. The China Railway Bridges Bureau 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.

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