The Construction Work of New Kulur Bridge Likely to Resume Soon: Check Out

The Construction Work of New Kulur Bridge Likely to Resume Soon: Check Out

The construction of the twin one-way bridges with six lanes, across the Phalguni River at Kulur, will resume soon. The construction of a six-lane bridge in the middle of the existing two bridges, connecting Udupi and Mangalore, is being taken up by Shinde Developers Pvt Ltd, at an approximate cost of Rs 57 crore. The bridge works were supposed to be completed last year. However, once the works resume, the officials are hopeful that the bridge will be completed by the end of this year.

Presently, there is a bowstring bridge on the left-hand side, towards Mangalore, which was built in 1952. A RCC girder bridge is on the right-hand side, towards traffic heading to Udupi.

On the left-hand side, a new service road bridge is proposed, for traffic heading to Mangalore. The existing arch bridge structure will continue to remain as it is. The existing bridge on the right-hand side will be rehabilitated, and used as the service road for traffic heading to Udupi. The length of the main bridge, and the length of the service road will be an approximately 186m.

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