The Chibi Yangtze River Highway Bridge, the world’s largest steel and concrete girder cable-stayed bridge, designed by China Railway Major Bridge Reconnaissance & Design Institute Co., Ltd. and constructed by China Railway Major Bridge Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (MBEC) in Hubei Province, began operation on September 25.
The bridge connects Honghu and Chibi in Hubei Province, with a 720-meter main span. The main part is 1,380 meters long. It is a double-tower and two-side cable-stayed bridge featuring steel and concrete composite girders, with six lanes in two ways. The bridge enables the travel time from downtown Honghu to Chibi High-speed Railway Station from two hours to only one hour.
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