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Old April 20th, 2010, 04:20 PM   #1
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Phnom Penh | Sky Bridge (Spean Akas) | Completed

Project Start: May 2009
Complete: May 2010
Project costs: US$6 million
Length: 308-metre
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Anyone know how many bridge crossing rivers in Cambodia???????
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Old April 21st, 2010, 01:09 AM   #5
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Almost completed. Thanks for the photo!
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Old April 21st, 2010, 03:17 PM   #6
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Sky birdge = Sky way = Sky road?
Nah, maybe sky road is a kind of sky bridge but large and has lanes!
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Sky birdge = Sky way = Sky road?
Nah, maybe sky road is a kind of sky bridge but large and has lanes!
Sound like the same......haha...i'm not sure too.
but sometime people say express way, so what different between sky road and express way?
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 05:04 AM   #8
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Skyway usually refer to a bridge.

Expressway is a term used by the Americans, any broad highway designed for high-speed traffic in Australia we called it ''Freeway''.
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Americans used freeway or express way. Europeans usually used express way more than Americans. To equalify for either, traffic can not have any stop lights or stop signs. Thus, the term "express" or "free". We can have six-lane high speed highway, but if there are any stop signs or stop lights, the road can not be classified as either one.
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In America, something like this would be called an overpass. This is the first time I have heard the term sky bridge.
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what is skybridge ? I only know overpasses , multi-level roads , skyways ..
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skybridge construction 95% and to complete by end May

http://kohsantepheapdaily.com.kh/art...02-030927.html

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Old May 2nd, 2010, 08:59 PM   #14
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i was a bit curious about the term "skybridge" for a second then i realised it was the"overpass"...
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Sopeaktr , it is a good news for Phnom Penh. Thanks.
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i was a bit curious about the term "skybridge" for a second then i realised it was the"overpass"...
I think it is the overpass as we know in the west. But, I don't know how our local brothers come up with the word "Sky Bridge" (direct translation from Spean Akas). One reason, in Khmer we have no word for overpass. So, someone just came up with word spean akas (which refers to as bridge of empty airspace). Well, we never had this kind of bridge before. Spean is usually understood that it is over water in Khmer. But spean over land? Should it be spean akas? For me, I would have called it, in Khmer, "pleuv romloung knal" meaning road-pas-over-street which is closed enough to the English word "overpass."

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skybridge is becoming a term used in Cambodia now so that is ok to use.
the term spean akas is better already than the term pleuv romloung knal that you suggested,.
it is not all that kind of pleuv that romloung thnal,. as you see that first skybridge in Kbal Thnal
it is a lon the road it is not acrosss the road at all.
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skybridge is becoming a term used in Cambodia now so that is ok to use.
the term spean akas is better already than the term pleuv romloung knal that you suggested,.
it is not all that kind of pleuv that romloung thnal,. as you see that first skybridge in Kbal Thnal
it is a lon the road it is not acrosss the road at all.
Sure, if the word "skybridge", which is the internationalized word for the Khmer word "spean akas", is becoming the norm usage in Cambodia, there is nothing wrong with that locally. But, internationally? I don't know if people will get confused. It is too general because any bridge is built in a space over water water or concavity from one point overland to another point over land as well.

By the way, I thought that the word, "romloung" is not the same as the word "kat knia" or "choup knia", which mean across each other in English. So, I never said that overpass crosses at any roads at all as you mentioned. I can see that it is along one road and overpasses the other. This is why we call it "overpass". Perhaps, "pleuv romloung knal" may not be a good term or sound good to people ears in Khmer. Maybe, "spean romloung knal" would sound better. Don't you think?
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Since we are speaking English, we might as well use the proper word, which is "overpass". We can set an example here for everyone else to follow.
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Since we are speaking English, we might as well use the proper word, which is "overpass". We can set an example here for everyone else to follow.
There's also a problem with that, "English International/commonwealth" or "English United States" are you suggesting.

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