India’s longest motorable suspension bridge inaugurated in Uttarakhand

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In Tehri-Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, India’s longest single-lane motorable suspension bridge has been inaugurated by the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat to mark the 20th foundation day of the state on November, 9, 2020.

Key Points:

  • The bridge is 725-metre long

  • Built in 14 years

  • Built over the Tehri lake

  • Total cost involved 2.95 crore.

  • It will cut the travel time between Tehri and Pratapnagar from 5 to 1.5 hrs

  • Named as Dobra-Chanthi

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