India has amazing network of different type bridges around the country from river bridges to sea bridge or rail bridge to road bridges. Rail-cum-road bridges of India are the major part of Indian rail and road network to connect every city and operate at the same time. There are few rail-cum-road bridges in India and couple are under construction in the state of Assam and Bihar.
Rajendra Setu at Mokama, Bihar
The Rajendra Setu is the first rail-cum-road bridge over the holy river Ganga to connect both the parts of Bihar. Rajendra Setu is also known as Mokama Bridge is located near Mokama in the capital of Bihar, Patna. The nearly 2.0 kilometres long bridge carries a double line railway track along with two lane road.
Type: Double Deck Rail-cum-Road Bridge, Erection only
Length: 1.8 Km
Steel Work: 12500 mt. (approx.)