Delhi To Get a Bridge Twice As Tall As Qutub Minar!
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Delhi might just get another hot tourist spot – a bridge that will be twice as tall as Qutub Minar.

What Is It?

Delhi’s upcoming bridge will be Delhi’s answer to the London Eye. The bridge will be connecting Ghaziabad to the capital city and will also be featuring a viewing deck from a glass box at a height of 154m.

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What’s In It?

The Signature Bridge would be opened for public use by October 31st and will be among one of the most important tourist spots of the many in the capital city.

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The bridge will be the first asymmetrical cable-style bridge in India which will 675m long and 32.3m wide. The glass box will be placed at a height of about of 154m which will be the topmost viewpoint the city will have.

The Bridge will reduce the travel time by 30 minutes for commuters commuting between Ghaziabad and Delhi via Khajuri Khas, Yamuna Vihar from Wazirabad, Timarpur, Mukherjee Nagar and Burari.

Deets

The bridge is now set to open on October 31.

 

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