New Thanlyin-Thilawa SEZ four lane tarred road to be complete at year end
New four-lane tarred road stretching from Thanlyin Bridge to Thilawa SEZ built with Japanese ODA loans will be completed at the end of 2019, according to Japanese Ambassador Mr. Ichio Maruyama. It is initially expected to be finished in November, but some works are left to do.
The new four-lane tarred road is from Thalyin Bridge to Thilawa SEZ. The new four-lane tarred road and Bago River Crossing Bridge (Thanlyin Bridge-3) are under construction using Japanese ODA loans. The stake driving ceremony of Bago River Crossing Bridge (Thanlyin Bridge-3) was held in Yangon. Bago River Crossing Bridge (Thanlyin Bridge-3) will be built through three phases spending Japanese ODA loans of US$ 300 million.
Bago River Crossing Bridge (Thanlyin Bridge-3) will connect Thanlyin with Thaketa. It is 1928 meters long and the length of the main bridge is 1224 meters. The approach bridge on Thaketa side is 300 meters long. The approach bridge on Thanlyin side is 404 meters.
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