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The Padma Bridge (Benga Padma Yuddh) is a bridge over the Padma River in Bangladesh that was under construction between 2010 and 2018. When completed, the bridge will be the highest in Bangladesh at a height of 245 meters.
The Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal stressed its importance for the access of the Nepalese inland to the sea via the ports of Bangladesh and called on the Bangladesh authorities to complete the project as soon as possible so that it can connect the two countries.
The economy of the northern part of India would also benefit from this bridge. The bridge will be a multi-purpose road-rail bridge connecting Louhajong, Munshiganj to Shariatpur and Madaripur in the southwest and Lalmonirhat in northwest Bangladesh. It will also provide a rail link to the border town of Benapole on the Indian border.
The construction site is about 4 kilometers north of the Padma River estuary on Louhajong Khal, where it leaves the Padma River and flows 3 km west through flat alluvial plains before flowing into the Meghna River near the town of Shariatpur.
This area is characterized by low land and high water table with soil conditions suitable for bridge foundation work. The Padma Bridge will be the 14th river connection project in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna catchment area.
There would be two separate two-lane road bridges on either side of the main bridge with a length of 11,831 meters (38,140 ft) and a railroad line in the center of the new bridges which is 2,438 meters (7,967 feet).
Both road and train connections are made within a 680 meter long artificial tube. Access to the main bridge is via four spans, which are accessed by access spans on each bank of Padma overlooking the Bangladesh Bank side. Two rail and four-lane road bridges will be built on both sides. There would be six access spans of 192 meters each for access to the main bridge from the bank. H. a kilometer long at both ends.