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Europe's longest span: Kerch Strait Bridge braces for traffic

May 15, 17:41 UTC+3

The Kerch Strait Bridge will open to cars and public transport on May 16

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Kerch Strait Bridge measuring 19 km in length links Crimea's Kerch Peninsula to mainland Russia
Kerch Strait Bridge measuring 19 km in length links Crimea's Kerch Peninsula to mainland Russia
Kerch Strait Bridge measuring 19 km in length links Crimea's Kerch Peninsula to mainland Russia
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A view of the new bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula prior to its opening ceremony
A view of the new bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula prior to its opening ceremony
A view of the new bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula prior to its opening ceremony
© Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP
On May 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated the automobile part of the newly-built Kerch Strait Bridge
On May 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated the automobile part of the newly-built Kerch Strait Bridge
On May 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated the automobile part of the newly-built Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A convoy of construction machines passing through the Kerch Strait Bridge
A convoy of construction machines passing through the Kerch Strait Bridge
A convoy of construction machines passing through the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
Russia's President Vladimir Putin seen by the lead vehicle, a Kamaz truck, ahead of a passage of construction machines through the Kerch Strait Bridge
Russia's President Vladimir Putin seen by the lead vehicle, a Kamaz truck, ahead of a passage of construction machines through the Kerch Strait Bridge
Russia's President Vladimir Putin seen by the lead vehicle, a Kamaz truck, ahead of a passage of construction machines through the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks at the opening ceremony of a road section of the Kerch Strait Bridge
Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks at the opening ceremony of a road section of the Kerch Strait Bridge
Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks at the opening ceremony of a road section of the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
The road-rail bridge across the Kerch Strait linking Crimea to mainland Russia will open to automobile traffic in both directions on May 16, 2018
The road-rail bridge across the Kerch Strait linking Crimea to mainland Russia will open to automobile traffic in both directions on May 16, 2018
The road-rail bridge across the Kerch Strait linking Crimea to mainland Russia will open to automobile traffic in both directions on May 16, 2018
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS
The new transport hub will help transport 14 million passengers and 13 million tonnes of cargo per year
The new transport hub will help transport 14 million passengers and 13 million tonnes of cargo per year
The new transport hub will help transport 14 million passengers and 13 million tonnes of cargo per year
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS
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Kerch Strait Bridge measuring 19 km in length links Crimea's Kerch Peninsula to mainland Russia
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A view of the new bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula prior to its opening ceremony
© Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP
On May 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated the automobile part of the newly-built Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A convoy of construction machines passing through the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
Russia's President Vladimir Putin seen by the lead vehicle, a Kamaz truck, ahead of a passage of construction machines through the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks at the opening ceremony of a road section of the Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
The road-rail bridge across the Kerch Strait linking Crimea to mainland Russia will open to automobile traffic in both directions on May 16, 2018
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Bobylev/TASS
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS
The new transport hub will help transport 14 million passengers and 13 million tonnes of cargo per year
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS
A distant view of Kerch Strait Bridge
© Sergei Malgavko/TASS

Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated the automobile part of the newly-built Kerch Strait Bridge. The 19-km long Kerch Strait Bridge became Europe’s longest bridge, connecting the Crimean Peninsula to mainland Russia by automobile and railway roads. The new transport hub will help transport 14 million passengers and 13 million tonnes of cargo per year. The Kerch Strait Bridge will open to cars and public transport on May 16.

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