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This 1km-long cable-stay bridge across the Mersey in the UK conceived by Ramboll, CH2M and Knight Architects officially opens to the public on 14 October
The Mersey Gateway Bridge is part of a 9.5km-long highway corridor project. The Mersey Gateway is one of the UK’s largest civil engineering and infrastructure projects and is situated between the towns of Widnes and Runcorn in the north west of England. The scheme for Mersey Gateway Crossings Board (MGCB) (on behalf of Halton Borough Council) provides significantly increased local and regional highway connectivity and will relieve congestion around the existing Silver Jubilee Bridge, which will be reconfigured for local use. The new route will form an essential link between the Merseyside area and North Wales and Cheshire. The project comprises a new highway corridor with several new and re-configured intersections and, at its heart, a 2.2 km new crossing of the River Mersey.  Projects of this magnitude have a significant impact on the people who use them as well as those who

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