Genoa and the BRI after the collapse of Morandi Bridge

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The Polcevera viaduct (also known as the Morandi bridge) was a highway bridge located between the districts of Sampierdarena and Cornigliano on the bed of the Polcevera stream, in the territory of the city of Genoa, in Italy. Designed by the engineer Riccardo Morandi, it was built between 1963 and 1967 by the Italian Society for Water Pipelines. It has been closed to traffic since August 14, 2018 following the partial collapse of the facility which resulted in 43 deaths, 15 injured and over 600 displaced persons.

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