King Fahad Causeway Authority launches survey on new bridge

Work on King Hamad Causeway is due to begin in 2021

King Fahad Causeway Authority launches survey on new bridge

The King Fahad Causeway Authority has launched a survey to help with the development of the proposed causeway and railroad between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

Work on the King Hamad Causeway is set to begin in 2021, and will take around three years.

The 25 km bridge, which should run parallel to the current causeway, will also include two railway lines to eventually become part of the proposed Gulf Railway.

The survey asks questions about the driver’s last trip on the causeway prior to its closure in March.

The King Fahad Causeway Authority said, “This questionnaire's aim is to help with the study of the development of a new causeway and railroad between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Kingdom of Bahrain.

“We kindly ask you to fill it out by considering your last trip on the causeway before the close down.”

You can find the survey on the King Fahad Causeway Authority’s Twitter account here

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