Asian Development Bank approved $500 million loan for bridge over Ganga River in Bihar
Asian Development Bank accorded $500 million to build bridge over India’s longest river bridge is in Bihar having distance of 9.8 km road.
The bride will connect the Northern and Southern parts of the state and the neighbouring Nepal.
It will benefit the middle sector people to commute to the state Capital Patna and other southern parts. It will also serve as an alternate route to the existing Ganga Bridge
ADB loan of $500 million and $900,000 has been accorded to improve bridge operational activities and management. State government will provide reinforcement which is equivalent to $215 million.
The project is expected to be completed by December, 2020.