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Hollandse Brug

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Crosses  Gooimeer and IJmeer
Address  Netherlands
Total length  375 m
Bridge type  Girder bridge
Locale  Netherlands
Opened  1969
Location  Netherlands
Bodies of water  Gooimeer, IJmeer
Hollandse Brug
Carries  A6 motorway, Weesp–Lelystad railway
Similar  Ketelbrug, Werkspoor bridge, Prins Clausbridge, Schellingwouderbrug, Moerdijk bridges

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The Hollandse Brug is a bridge which crosses the Gooimeer and the IJmeer in the Netherlands. The bridge carries both the Flevolijn heavy rail railway and the A6 motorway, plus a cycleway and footway.

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History and importance

The bridge opened in June 4, 1969 (1969-06-04) and, since then, has been the main link between the Randstad (the conurbanation including Amsterdam, 's-Gravenhage and Rotterdam) and the province of Flevoland, including its two largest cities Almere and Lelystad. In 1987, the bridge carrying the Flevolijn railway between Weesp and Almere Buiten was opened adjacent to the Hollandse Brug.

References

Hollandse Brug Wikipedia


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