Under the name offer of new bridge connecting Kamiamakusa-shi and Uki-shi!

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Under the name offer of new bridge connecting Kamiamakusa-shi and Uki-shi

The name offer of new bridge

 New bridge is completed this spring now with it is large Yano bypass of Kumamoto Amakusa highway where the prefecture pushes forward maintenance as driveway.
 This bridge is 463m in length, and it is in 1 bridge of Itsutsubashi, Amakusa, the second bridge which appears in the north side of Tenmon Bridge, and binds Oyanomachinoboritate, Kamiamakusa-shi and Misumimachimisumiura, Uki-shi together.
 We raise the names of this new bridge widely so that it is got close for a long time this time by many citizens of the prefecture.
 From thing which had you apply, we perform examination or popularity vote by choice Committee, and the name of bridge is decided.
 Application period: From Friday, January 5, 2018 to Friday, February 2
 Vote period: From Thursday, March 1, 2018 to Thursday, March 22
 In addition, please confirm as you publish application methods in "new bridge portal site We open with the other window(external link) connecting Kamiamakusa-shi and Uki-shi" in detail.
 As anyone can apply, we look forward to much application.
 In the portal site mentioned above, we are going to place various event information for opening of new bridge in future.

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Department of Civil Engineering Road Construction Division
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Fax: 096-384-6121
Email douroseibi@pref.kumamoto.lg.jp
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