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JICA: India’s longest river bridge on Brahmaputra River from Dhubri to Fulbarani



Japanese Finance Agency (JICA): The longest bridge will be built on the Brahmaputra river in Assam.

India’s longest river bridge will be built on the Brahmaputra river in Assam.

This bridges total length is 19.3 kilometers. This bridge will be four-lane.

This bridge will connect Dhubri to Fulbarani of Meghalaya.

At present, India's biggest stream connect is Dhola-Sadia connect, its length is 9.15 kilometers.

This bridge will be done till 2026-27.

Japanese Finance Agency (JICA) has endorsed the development for this undertaking.

As a major aspect of street framework change bundle in the north-east subsequent to evaluating the monetary advantage.

The NH127B will connect Two northeastern states of Assam and Meghalaya.

This bridge will enhance availability from West Bengal to Assam.

On consummation, this extension will push monetary exercises and improvement on the two sides of the waterway.

At present, the street interfacing Assam and Meghalaya are around 200 kilometers in length.


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