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Date set for work on capital’s second flyover

Date set for work on capital’s second flyover

CONSTRUCTION on Phnom Penh’s second overpass is scheduled to begin on December 29, the municipality announced.  The overpass bridge – which will connect Tuol Kork and Sen Sok districts – is designed to ease congestion in heavy traffic areas, including at the intersection of Russian Federation Boulevard and Kampuchea Krom Boulevard, according to a City Hall statement dated December 20. At 345 metres long and 15.2 metres wide, the planned bridge would be larger than the capital’s first flyover, the Kbal Thnal Sky Bridge, and construction is estimated to take at least 15 months, the statement said.

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