M%E1%BB%B9 Thu%E1%BA%ADn Bridge
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M? Thu?n Bridge
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Coordinates
CarriesMotor vehicles
CrossesMekong river (northern arm)
Localebetween Ti?n Giang and V?nh Long provinces, Vi?t Nam
Official nameC?u M? Thu?n
Characteristics
DesignCable-stayed bridge
Total length1,535 metres (5,036 ft)
Width23.66 metres (77.6 ft)
Longest span350 metres (1,150 ft)
Clearance below37.5 metres (123 ft)
History
Opened21 May 2000

The M? Thu?n Bridge (Vietnamese: C?u M? Thu?n) is a cable-stayed bridge over the Mekong river, connecting Cái Bè District of Ti?n Giang Province with V?nh Long City of V?nh Long Province in Vietnam. It was developed in a joint venture between the governments of Australia and Vietnam. The bridge was the largest overseas assistance project undertaken by the Australian government costing A$91 million.

M? Thu?n Bridge in 2007

It was built by Bilfinger Berger and completed in 2000.[1]

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