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Today, on December 20th, the contractors finalised the installation of decks for a new bridge over the Big Nevka to Krestovsky Island aligned with Yakhtennaya Street.
Igor Albin, the Vice-Governor of Saint-Petersburg, took part in an official ceremony dedicated to this event. “At last these two banks are connected with a bridge - this is a historical event”, - said the vice-governor and thanked the builders for their work. Top managers of engineering and construction companies also took part in the ceremony.
A transport and pedestrian bridge connecting the southern coast of Primorsky District with the northern shore of Krestovsky Island is being built under the Programme of preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Connection of the bridge to the street network of Primorsky District envisages an extension of Yakhtennaya Street towards the Gulf of Finland. At Krestovsky Island side, the bridge crossing starts from reclaimed areas.
The 491.93m-long and 16.29-m wide bridge accommodates two lanes. The span layout is 39+42+42+45+57+69+57+39+33+33+33.
The bridge has cast-in-place concrete piers on bored pile foundations and a continuous composite deck. The bridge approaches from both sides are reinforced concrete retaining walls faced with granite.
The bridge is a fixed bridge with the navigation underclearance 16 m high and 60 m wide.
The new bridge will be the highest pedestrian bridge in Saint-Petersburg and will feature a bicycle lane and viewpoints.
The bridge offers beautiful views of the sea, the nearby park and the new stadium. The bridge will be painted with bright colours – light grey decks and white railing will make the structure look lighter and more elegant.
General Contractor: Pylon JSC
Main Designer: Stroyproekt Engineering Group
Construction of a new bridge to Krestovsky Island aligned with Yakhtennaya Street
The new bridge crossing links the southern part of Primorsky District with the northern shore of Krestovsky Island. Connection of the bridge to the street and road network of Primorsky District envisages extension of Yakhtennaya Street towards the Gulf of Finland. At Krestovsky Island side, the bridge crossing starts from reclaimed areas.