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Sultan Azlan Shah Bridge

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Carries  Motor vehicles
Opened  1987
Bridge type  Viaduct
Crosses  Perak River
Total length  360 m
Body of water  Perak River
Official name  Sultan Azlan Shah Bridge
Maintained by  PLUS Malaysia Berhad (Projek Lebuhraya Usahasama Berhad)
Constructed by  United Engineers Malaysia Berhad (UEM)
Locale  North–South Expressway Northern Route
Designers  UEM Group (UEM), Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA)
Similar  Iskandariah Bridge, Sultan Idris Shah II Bridge, Sultan Ahmad Shah Brid, Sultan Ismail Bridge, Sultan Mahmud Bridge

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The Sultan Azlan Shah Bridge or Jambatan Sultan Azlan Shah is the longest river-crossing bridge in the North-South Expressway network. The bridge crosses Perak River in Perak, Malaysia, spanning 360 metres. It was officially opened on 17 September 1987 by the late Almarhum Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak in conjunction with the opening of the Ipoh North-Changkat Jering sections of the North-South Expressway Northern Route. Near the bridges is the Sungai Perak rest and service area.

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Sultan Azlan Shah Bridge Wikipedia


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