Ayeyawady Bridge (Magway) watercourse altered for riverbed conservation

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Boats are passing by in the Ayeyawady River.

According to the Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River System (DWIR), the Ayeyawady Bridge (Magway) will change the watercourse starting on 15 January due to riverbed conservation work.
As part of this process, the waterway will now be opened between piers 17 and 18 as upstream and downstream waterways, replacing the previous arrangement where the channel was opened between piers 16 and 17 for the passage of vessels.
The clear width of the altered channel is 110 metres, with a clear height of 17 metres above the highest water level. At the entrance where vessels must pass, a green triangle will be displayed during the day, and a green light will be exhibited at night. To indicate the water route not to be used, a red cross will be displayed during the day, and a red light will be shown at night. — TWA/TKO

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