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    Ting Kau Bridge

    A remarkable feature of this bridge structure are the two divided superstructures (composite superstructures consisting of a light-weight steel girder grillage and a prefabricated concrete deck), each 17.7 m wide.

    Single pylons are stabilized in the transverse direction by cables like masts of a sailboat; stabilization of the pylons between the two primary widths via longitudinal cables between the pylon head and the crossing point of the superstructure with the neighbouring pylons.

    General Information

    Location
    Hong Kong, SAR, China
    Contract type
    Design and construction
    Infrastructure
    Bridge and access roads
    Year of project completion
    1998

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