The Padma Bridge is currently listed as the second largest bridge after the Padma Bridge and the Jamuna Bridge is considered to be the second largest bridge.
Today we have determined the toll of Bangabandhu Bridge or Jamuna Bridge through this post. I will discuss the details about him. Read the article carefully and don’t know the details about it.
I hope you find it very useful. The length of Jamuna bridge is a little less than the length of Padma bridge. So if you want to cross this bridge, you have to pay a little less toll than Padma bridge.
Today we will discuss the detailed information in front of you through this post. Friends, without further ado, let’s move on to the main discussion. Hope you understand.
The toll rate for motorcycles at Padma Bridge was fixed at 100 taka, but at Bangabandhu Bridge it was fixed at 50 taka for motorcycles. Also 550 taka for light vehicles,
600 taka for light vehicles 105, 750 taka for small bus or 31 seats, 1000 taka for big bus, 600 taka for 1150 taka for medium truck and three thousand taka
for 4 trailers up to 4xl and 3000 taka for more than 4 xl and 1000 taka for each axle. Besides, one crore taka toll has to be paid annually for the train.
So friends, I have given you all the information through the post. Hope you understand. If you want to get any more information, visit the website and find out.
At present the toll of Bangabhanga Bridge and Muktarpur Bridge has been increased. According to the notification, the new toll for motorcycles at Bangabandhu Bridge will be 50 taka,
which was 40 taka earlier. The current toll for cars and jeeps will be 550 taka instead of 500 taka. In the case of small buses, the toll has been increased from 650 to 750 taka.
The toll of big bus will be 1000 taka instead of 900 taka. The toll for small trucks has been increased from 750 to 1 thousand taka. The toll for medium
trucks (5-6 tons) will be 1,100 taka instead of 1,250 taka. Before, there was no separate toll for trailers or any other large vehicle. Today we will discuss the beginning
and end of Jamuna Bridge in front of you through this post. So read on and take a look at this Bangabandhu Bridge which was opened for the people of North Bengal in 1998.
A road and rail bridge over the river Jamuna in Bangladesh is 4.8 km long. This bridge is the second largest bridge in Bangladesh and South Asia.
Its construction was completed in 1998. It connects Sirajganj on the east bank and on the west bank of the river Jamuna. Then through this post, we have given them all the information.