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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

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jimmy wong

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
Yongan Akashi Kaikyo Bridge Akashi Kaikyo Bridge But Where Is it? Japan Awaji - Kobe Akashi Kaikyo Bridge know as the Pearl Bridge
is a link between the city of Kobe and Iwaya by crossing the Akashi strait(Akashi Kaikyo cross the Inland Sea.) Akashi Strait Akashi kaikyo Bridge Akashi kaikyo Bridge Islong and also expensive.It took 500 billion yen(190000000000
baht) to build its a suspension bridge , anyway the toll cost is 2300 yen (913 baht) which is very expensive. The End Finish End Akashi Kaiko Bridge is the world’s longest suspension bridge in the world!! It's total length is 3,911 meters (12,831 ft), height is 282.8 metres (928 ft) and longest span 1,991 meters (6,532 ft) clearance below 65.72 metres. This bridge only consisting of 6 lanes. Construction begin in April 1988, end in 1998 and was opened April 5, 1998. Design Suspension bridge (Pearl Bridge) The bridge is used by approximately 23,000 cars per day. Thank you :) wish you enjoy the presentation History of Akashi Kaikyo Bridge: Before the Akashi Kaikyō Bridge was built, ferries carried passengers across the Akashi Strait in Japan. It is dangerous waterway because of storm and an experiences severe storms in 1955. Two ferries sank in the strait during a storm and killed 168 people . Thanks to http://www.wikipedia.org/ , www.google.com Two amazing parks were built in the surroundings of Akashi Kaikyo
Bridge for tourists. The two parks were named Maiko and Asagiri. The view from the park is a wonderful experience to the visitors. Both the parks can be reached by traveling through the coastal train line. Tourism It took 2 million workers, 10 years, 181000 tonnes of steel, and 1.4 million
cubic meters of concrete to complete it. This is the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge's diagram
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