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March 2011
Railway Gazette International;Mar2011, Vol. 167 Issue 3, p8
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The article reports that in December 2010, trains began using the Alcácer Bypass over the Sado River in Portugal, a 29 kilometer bypass between Lisboa to Algarve, a portion of which passes through the Sado Estuary nature preserve, built at a cost of 159 million euros.


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