Government of India to Build Longest River Bridge Across the Ganges River in India

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New Delhi, 17 Nov: Government of India and ADB Sign $500 Million Loan to Help Build Longest River Bridge Across the Ganges River in India

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India signed a $500 million loan to build a 9.8 km long road bridge across the Ganges River to improve transport connectivity between North and South Bihar and for better link between the State Capital, Patna, and the surrounding areas. This will be India’s longest river bridge.

The new Ganga Bridge, to be located near Patna, will span both channels of the Ganges River and serve as an alternate route to the existing Ganga Bridge. The project will also build viaducts, embankments, and toll and service facilities, and will link to national highway networks.