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The Godavari Bridge or Kovvur–Rajahmundry Bridge is truss bridge spanning Godavari River in Rajahmundry, is India's third longest road-cum-rail bridge crossing a water body, first one is The Bogibeel Bridge is rail-cum-road bridge over the Brahmaputra river in the Dibrugarh district of Assam state in north-east India,  and second is Digha–Sonpur Bridge over Ganges in Bihar.
CONSTRUCTION OF THIRD RAILWAY BRIDGE ACROSS RIVER is paper describes the construction of a third railway bridge across the Godavari e substructure of the bridge consists of 29 wells and the structure is designed to the revised Railway Standards broad gauge loading of 1975.
Rail cum Road bridge on river Godavari The Rail cum Road bridge is the second longest bridge in Asia stretching over 4 km on the river connects east and west Godavari districts and is famous for managing road and train traffic at the same e best time to Visit is the early morning or evening time during sunrise / sunset.
The Old Godavari Bridge is a decommissioned bridge that spans the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh, mmissioned in 1900, the bridge served trains plying between Howrah and is the earliest of three bridges that span the Godavari River at e Godavari Arch Bridge was later constructed as a replacement for the Havelock e bridge along with the Godavari bridge and Godavari Arch Bridge is one of the most recognised symbols of Rajahmundry and of the state of An
The Rail-cum-Road Bridge with 34 spans (28 spans with steel girder and 6 spans with PSC deck slabs) across River Godavari is the 3 rd longest Rail-cum-Road structure in India, next only to the Digha-Sonpur bridge across River Ganges near Patna and Bogibeel Bridge across River Brahmaputra in Assam.
Hyderabad: The maximum permissible speed on the Godavari railway bridge located between Mancherial and Peddampet section has been increased from 50 kmph to 100 kmph to provide better transport services to is is first time in South Central Railway (SCR) limits that a train will be permitted to operate at 100 kmph speed on a ballasted deck bridge of over one km length.