Progetto definitivo del ponte

Il progetto del Ponte di Messina prevede in via definitiva un ponte sospeso a campata unica.
Tutta la struttura sarà lunga 3660 m, mentra la luce centrale sarà di 3300 m.

L’impalcato del Ponte di Messina sarà realizzato in acciaio e sarà composto da 3 cassoni indipendenti, sarà largo 60 m e conterrà in tutto 6 corsie autostradali (3 per senso di marcia) e 4 corsie ferroviarie che possono consentire il transito di 140.000 automezzi e 200 treni al giorno.

Il sistema di sospensione della trave sarà costituito da 4 enormi cavi del diametro di circa 1,24 m, disposti su due coppie a una distanza di 52 m
che saranno lunghi ciascuno 5.300 m e partiranno da due ancoraggi (in Sicilia e in Calabria) su due torri alte 376 m l’una (più dell’Empire State Building di New York).

Il Ponte di Messina sarà in grado di resistere ad un sisma pari a una magnitudo di 7,1 gradi della scala Richter e di affrontare venti con velocità superiore a 216 chilometri all’ora, avrà una vita di servizio di 200 anni.

Gli accessi al Ponte di Messina saranno localizzati, per la Sicilia in un’area contigua alla periferia nord di Messina; per la Calabria in un’area della periferia nord di Villa S.Giovanni.
Verranno realizzati collegamenti stradali all’aperto e in galleria per un totale di 24 km per sponda ,nonché raccordi ferroviari per un totale di 36,5 km per sponda.

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