China's strongest earthquake-resistant bridge to be completed this year | Updated: 2018-09-15 07:15
A view of the Puqian Bridge under construction in South China's Hainan Province, Sept 14, 2018. Construction of the cross-sea bridge, scheduled for completion at the end of 2018, will cut the trip from Wenchang City to Haikou City from 90 minutes to about 20 minutes. Spanning a geological fault line, it’s being built to the highest standard of earthquake resistance at an investment of 3.01 billion yuan ($440 million). The 5.6-km-long bridge is expected to promote economic growth in the northern part of Hainan Province. [Photo/ECNS]
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