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Sungai Sibuti Bridge

The bridge over Sungai Sibuti, near Bekenu.

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Tudan Unity Bridge

Upgraded from wooden construction to a Bailey Bridge design in 2013, this bridge provides a link between Permyjaya and Tudan areas to save on travelling time between the two areas.

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Miri Bypass Bridge

Miri Bypass Bridge is a bridge in the inland area linking Permy directly to the bypass road to directly to Eastwood Industrial Area, Eastwood Golf Club, Miri Airport, or Taman Tunku.

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Lutong Bridge

Lutong Bridge is the bridge linking Pujut 8 to Lutong across Miri River. This bridge was originally one-lane both directions, but eventually upgraded in the early 2000s to accommodate for more traffic to two-lane for both directions.

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Pujut 7 Bridge

Pujut 7 Bridge is the bridge linking Permyjaya and Desa Pujut areas to Pujut, forming a main link to the Sarawak-Brunei border and serves seven housing estates, two commercial centres and an industrial estate, crossing the Miri River.

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Mosjaya Pedestrian Bridge

Mosjaya Pedestrian Bridge is the second of three pedestrian bridges utilizing similar design in Miri which connects Mosjaya over Miri-Bintulu Road to Merdeka Mall & Suites.

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Public Park (Taman Awam) Pedestrian Bridge


Public Park (Taman Awam) Pedestrian Bridge links Miri Public Park (Taman Awam) to the hills above the rock outcrop alongside Miri-Bintulu Road for pedestrians to cross to either the park or the jogging path on the hill for jogging and exercises.

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Piasau Bridge

The old Piasau bridge was a Bailey bridge at Piasau linking from the peninsular to Piasau at the point closest to the sea. The bridge, originally made of steel and wood with a single lane to handle the occasional vehicle traffic crossing, has seen several upgrades over the years.

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Boulevard Pedestrian Bridge

Boulevard Pedestrian Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that runs over the Miri-Pujut Road in front of Boulevard Commercial Center, just before the Miri-Pujut Flyover.

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