Dibrugarh bought the much-needed connectivity to Arunachal Pradesh within the type of Bogibeel bridge. India’s longest railroad bridge, Bogibeel bridge will join the state of Assam to Arunachal Pradesh. The 4.94 km lengthy bridge, made with a funds of INR 5,900 Crores, the bridge is meant to spice up the army connectivity and operations in North-East India, together with the Indo-China border. Inaugurated by Prime Minister on Tuesday 25th December 2018, the bridge is a present to the folks of North East India, offering higher street and rail connectivity to the opposite elements of India.
Bogibeel Bridge Location
The Want for the Bogibeel Railroad Bridge
Bogibeel bridge is meant to cut back the journey time and supply higher connectivity to the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Simply 20 km from the border of Arunachal Pradesh, earlier crossing of Brahmaputra river by rail was potential solely at two junctures. Each the crossings, within the outskirt of Guwahati and Jogighopa in Assam, are each greater than 100 km away from Assam-Arunachal border.
The Historical past of Bogibeel Bridge
Constructed by Hindustan Building Firm in collaboration with Germany-based DSD Brouckenbau and VNR Infrastructures, the bridge has been three many years in making. The proposal dates again to Assam Accords of 1985. It was authorized in 1997 and the muse stone was laid by then Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda. The development of the bridge was inaugurated by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The estimated funds of the challenge is believed to be INR 5,900 Crores.
A Document Price of Reward
The 4th longest bridge in India and India’s longest rail cum street bridge, Bogibeel bridge is an architectural marvel and it additionally gives the much-needed connectivity to the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Not simply from the tactical standpoint but additionally easing the vacationer connectivity and easing the native connectivity, Bogibeel bridge is believed to save lots of a variety of gas for Indian railways and lowering the journey time. In October, the Centre introduced the plan of development of one other 19km lengthy bridge over the Brahmaputra river, from Dhubri in Assam to Phulbari in Meghalaya. The bridge is predicted to be accomplished inside 10 years and as soon as accomplished, three of the nation’s longest bridge could be traversing throughout India’s widest river, Brahmaputra.