This is the impressive ‘Brotherhood Bridge’ that would connect Atlántico and Magdalena

The project, promoted by the National Highway Institute (Invias), aims to integrate the Caribbean through a connection between the departments of Atlántico and Magdalena, through a road complex.

The governor of Atlántico, Eduardo Verano, together with his team from the Infrastructure Secretariat, has revealed four design alternatives for the long-awaited ‘Brotherhood Bridge’ in the municipality of Remolino, in the department of Magdalena./Photo: agency Kronos.

The governor of Atlántico, Eduardo Verano, together with his team from the Ministry of Infrastructure, has revealed four design alternatives for the long-awaited ‘Brotherhood Bridge’ in the municipality of Remolino, in the department of Magdalena.

The project, promoted by the National Institute of Roads (Invias), Its objective is to integrate the Caribbean through a connection between the departments of Atlántico and Magdalena, through a road complex that will cover from the district of Puerto Giraldo (Ponedera, Atlántico) to the municipality of Salamina, Magdalena.

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The design alternatives presented were detailed during the project socialization and were classified according to their location, the required road layout and their impact on the local ecosystem.

According to the studies carried out by Invias, the third alternative, located north of the study area and taking advantage of an existing road, is the most environmentally friendly option.

During the presentation, Verano highlighted the importance of this work for the development and socioeconomic integration of the departments of Atlántico and Magdalena, as well as for the Caribbean region in general.

In addition, he emphasized that the project represents an opportunity to unite two sister departments and foster prosperity by connecting fertile lands with markets eager for agricultural products.

For his part, the mayor of Remolino, José David Escorcia, expressed his satisfaction with Governor Verano’s commitment to the progress of the Magdalena and highlighted the positive impact that the ‘Brotherhood Bridge’ will have on the tourist development of the region, especially considering the potential of the municipality in terms of ecotourism.

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With a projected investment of $366 billion, this ambitious infrastructure project promises to transform connectivity and economic development in the Colombian Caribbean, consolidating the vision of a prosperous and united region.

With information from agencies.

This is the plan for the construction of a new bridge that would connect the Atlantic with Magdalena. Taken from X / VANGUARDIA
 
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