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The Construction of the Second Expressway Between Hefei and Wuhu Is Scheduled to Start by the end of This Year

Reporters learned that recently, the preliminary design review of Tongling to Shangcheng Expressway Wuwei (Ta Qiao) to Chaohu (Mu Ji) section was held in Hefei. The conference invited experts from relevant units of the industry to participate in the review, Provincial Department of Transportation, Anhui Transportation Holding Group, the relevant departments of the cities and counties along the line, and the relevant persons of the design units attended the conference.

The preliminary design review was successfully passed, indicating the successful completion of the preliminary design phase of the project, which was another important milestone and laid a solid foundation for the upcoming construction documents design phase and related construction bidding work.

It is reported that the project is a section of the highway from Tongling to Shangcheng, Henan Province, an important part of the “five vertical and ten horizontal” highway network in our province. The total length of the road section is 27.456 km, including 19.81 km in Wuwei, Wuhu and 7.646 km in Chaohu, Hefei. It will be built in accordance with the standard construction of two-way six lanes, with a design speed of 120 km/h and a roadbed width of 34.5 meters. The project, with a total investment of 4.946 billion yuan, is jointly funded by Anhui Investment Group, Wuhu Municipal Government and Hefei Municipal Government, which is scheduled to start construction by the end of this year.

After the completion of the project, it will become the second high-speed channel connecting Hefei and Wuhu, giving full play to the role of Tongling Yangtze River rail-highway bridge, greatly relieving the pressure of crossing the river, and further improving the regional expressway network.

Translated by Yuan Mengwen from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government


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