Passengers on a German tour bus had a lucky escape after their vehicle was incinerated in a Swiss tunnel. Travelers on the holiday weekend, however, had to endure the longest traffic jam in 19 years. A German tour bus caught fire inside the San Bernardino
May 04, 2018 · Story highlights. The $20 billion Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is the world's longest sea-crossing bridge. The bridge is a central plank in China's ambitious plans to develop the Greater Bay Area.
However, all Narrows Crossing proposals were shelved because of the Depression, and later, because of World War II. THE TBTA STEPS IN: When the New York City Tunnel Authority was absorbed into the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (TBTA) in 1946, the
There is finally light at the end of the world's longest rail tunnel, which is set to open next week after almost seven decades in the planning.
The 53.85km Seikan tunnel in Japan is the longest and deepest rail tunnel in the world. It passes through Tsugaru Strait connecting the Hokkaido and Honshu islands.It was built 100m below the seabed and includes a 23.3km submarine portion.
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Jun 01, 2016 · Gotthard overtakes the 53.9-kilometer Seikan Tunnel in northern Japan as the longest rail tunnel in the world, relegating the 50.5-kilometer Channel Tunnel between Britain and France into third place.
Every tunnel crossover has a separate air-conditioned technical room filled with building control systems, cables for the railway systems and a water pipeline for the multifunction station. The work contract for the Gotthard Base Tunnel railway systems is
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