China’s first cross-sea high-speed railway bridge completed
The Anhai Bay Grand Bridge, a key link in the construction of China’s first cross-sea high-speed railway, was successfully completed on April 6. Connecting the cities of jiang and Nan’an in southeast China’s Fujian Province, the entire bridge is 9.46 kilometers long, 1.56 km of which is the cross-sea section. The Anhai Bay Grand Bridge will open to traffic in 2023
that is a beautiful bridge. china should continue building bridges where they can build bridges..rivers..oceans..in the mainland then move on to other countries. (and build bigger projects).
What a beautiful sight to behold
Amazing civil engineering in the southeast of China.
Chinese are really hard working people. Do they sleep?
This bridge is zing when some hegemonic countries are collapsing!
That is Beautiful.
It looks so awesome.
CHINA just keeps building awesome bridges
BRAVO GREAT ACHIEVEMENT
i just back form gardening. and china already finish hes bridge?? oh my. congratulation
China must have a very modern strong military to be able to prect 24/7 its modern assets in China as well as elsewhere from CJS nations
THE HIGHLY INTELLIGENT OF MANKIND, BRILLIANT!
It’s just a bridge.
Is the concrete up to strength or is it mixed with plastics?
China builds every day and improves lives every day – what a concept!
One more made in China incredible infrastructure
Congratulations to China from Pakistan
Hope it does not break like many of the others
The next cross sea high speed railway to be built is the amen-Kinmen-Taipei railway
Tommy Aung – TA
Second Crimea bridge
CHINA IS BUILD BUILD BUILD NOT WAR & SANCTIONS.
made in china
Meanwhile, in California, the first leg of the first high speed rail is being built.