Detail :: Data Jembatan

Jembatan Kama

Panjang13.967,00 m
Kondisi UmumAktif
Jenis JembatanGelagar
Tanggal Selesai2002
Tanggal Peresmian18 Oktober 2002
Latitude (GPS)55.3577780000000000
Longitude (GPS)49.9663890000000000

The Kama Bridge (Russian: Мост через Каму), is a bridge on the highway R239 between Soroch'i Gory and Alekseevskoye settlements in Tatarstan, Russia. It is a part of the longest artifical road structure in Russia if measured by the total length of elevated roadway. The structure with a total length of 13,967 m incorporates three bridges: over the Kama River (1,608 m), over the Arkharovka River (549.9 m) and over the Kurlyanka River (69.8 m). The rest is elevated embankment, not bridges.[1]

The construction of the bridge structure began in 1992 and was completed on 18 October 2002, when it was officially opened by the President of Tatarstan, Mintimer Shaimiev.[2] The bridge is very important one, since it is a part of a major Kazan - Chistopol - Bugulma - Orenburg highway. The second stage of the structure is planned to be built at a later date.

Sumber :

Galeri Foto