Mumbai-Pune expressway to have India's highest road cable-stayed bridge
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Mumbai-Pune expressway to have India's highest road cable-stayed bridge

On the Mumbai-Pune Expressway missing link project, infrastructure firm Afcons announced the construction of the country's highest road cable-stayed bridge. The 132-meter-high bridge will be 650 metres long, the longest for any road project in the country. Afcons is completing Package II of the 19-kilometer missing link project, which includes widening the existing expressway from six to eight lanes, building two viaducts, including a cable-stayed bridge in one of the viaducts, approach roads, and slip roads. The missing link, which will connect motorists from Khopoli to the Sinhagad Institute ahead of Lonavala, will shorten the expressway by 6 km and is expected to be completed by 2024.

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On the Mumbai-Pune Expressway missing link project, infrastructure firm Afcons announced the construction of the country's highest road cable-stayed bridge. The 132-meter-high bridge will be 650 metres long, the longest for any road project in the country. Afcons is completing Package II of the 19-kilometer missing link project, which includes widening the existing expressway from six to eight lanes, building two viaducts, including a cable-stayed bridge in one of the viaducts, approach roads, and slip roads. The missing link, which will connect motorists from Khopoli to the Sinhagad Institute ahead of Lonavala, will shorten the expressway by 6 km and is expected to be completed by 2024.Also read:Adani gets financial closure for India's largest greenfield expresswayNABARD allocates Rs 6 bn for rural infra projects in Himachal Pradesh

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