84% of work on India’s first vertical lift railway sea bridge completed
The sea bridge is being executed by Rail Vikas Nigam at a cost of ₹535 crores and will allow the Indian Railways to operate trains at a higher speed
New Delhi: The Ministry of Railways on Saturday said 84% of work on the much-awaited India’s first vertical lift sea bridge - New Pamban bridge - connecting the mainland with Rameswaram Island has been completed.
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