New bridge stretches over Gyowah-Kyangin Creek in Pyapon Township

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The Gyowah-Kyangin Creek Bridge was recently commissioned into service in Pyapon Township, Ayeyawady Region.
Local authorities formally opened the bridge, with more than 1,400 local residents in attendance.
Pyapon Township Rural Development Department assigned Moe Htaung Company Ltd to build the 200-foot-long, 12-foot-wide concrete bridge at a cost of K123.5 million.
Gyowah-Kyangin Creek is 8 miles west of Pyapon. Prior to its construction residents of 41 villages in Pyapon and Bogale townships had to cross the creek by boat.
Thanks to the bridge, local residents will easily overcome transport difficulties along their routes.–Thuzar Nwe (Pyapon)

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