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Anji Khad Bridge: India’s first cable-stayed rail bridge 50% complete, work on in full swing.

The Anji Bridge, an important part of the Jammu-Srinagar-Baramulla rail link project, is ready. Railways has successfully tested it. It is the first cable rail bridge in the country. However, the work of laying track in the middle to connect the bridge and the tunnel is still going on.

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Construction on the Anji River:

Anji River in Jammu and Kashmir is being the site of the nation’s first cable rail bridge, according to a senior member of the Railway Board. This bridge will connect Katra and Reasi. This bridge is 473.25 metres long and was constructed 331 metres above the riverbed. The bridge has 96 cables for reinforcement, and it was designed to withstand powerful storms.

Distance will decrease by rail:

The official said that at present the Anji bridge is accessible by road from Reasi town and its distance from Jammu is about 80 km. The rail will shorten this distance. Tourism will get a boost: Anji Rail Bridge is very important from a strategic point of view. Through the construction of this bridge, infrastructure projects in Jammu have also strengthened the tourism industry. With the development of the Jammu-Srinagar-Baramulla rail link in Kashmir, tourism will get a boost from the rail project to the valley. is connectable to services in Jammu and Kashmir.

Rail travel will now have a direct route from Delhi

With the completion of the Jammu-Srinagar-Baramulla rail link project, Delhi as well as the rest of the nation will have direct rail access to Srinagar-Baramulla. This will accelerate business and other economic activities in Jammu and Kashmir. According to statistics, from January 1 to December 21, 2022, about 26 lakh tourists have visited Kashmir.


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