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Aug 23, 2016
PennDOT’s 4-year project to replace 7 bridges over I-676 on schedule
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's (PennDOT) $64.8 million project to rebuild bridges over Interstate 676 in Philadelphia is right on schedule, according to PennDOT's Assistant ...
Aug 22, 2016
S. Carolina DOT to replace 2 bridges spanning Pinewood Lake
There are changes in store for drivers who commute on Garners Ferry Road (Route 378) between Sumter and Columbia, South Carolina, WLTX 19 reports. According to Jason ...
Aug 16, 2016
Rhode Island will spend $223.4 million on maintenance of 4 Narragansett Bay bridges
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) Board approved a 10-year $223.4 million spending plan, approximately $22 million per year, for the maintenance of the four Narragansett ...
Aug 10, 2016
Underwater bridges might soon become a reality in Norway
In Norway’s western region, the towns of Kristiansand in the south and Trondheim in the north are connected by Highway E39, a 683.5-mile highway that takes 21 hours to ...
Aug 04, 2016
Mass. town must repair/replace 2 failing bridges or face closures by state DOT
The Select Board in Stockbridge, Mass., told the city that it must repair or replace at least two failing bridges on Route 183 at a potential cost of ...
Aug 01, 2016
Caltrans proposes seismic retrofits for bridges in Sacramento region
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is proposing seismic retrofits for three bridges in the Sacramento region: the Mokelumne River Bridge, the North Sacramento Undercrossing Bridge and ...
Jul 18, 2016
Indestructible bridges could be possible with ‘form-finding’ design process
A new generation of indestructible bridges could be possible, thanks to research being done at the University of Warwick. According to a news release posted to Science Daily, Emeritus ...
Jul 14, 2016
Mass. lawmakers want to focus funding on repairing small bridges
Massachusetts lawmakers want to start a new “Small Bridge Program” to focus on repairing municipally owned bridges less than 20 feet in length that don't qualify for federal ...
Jul 12, 2016
35 Conn. bridges to be re-examined after lead inspector arrested for falsifying reports
Thirty-five Connecticut bridges are scheduled to be re-examined by the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) after the inspecting engineer, Akram Ahmad, was arrested in May on allegations that ...
Jul 08, 2016
S. Carolina DOT slates 10 bridges for replacement
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has slated 10 substandard bridges on state roads in Pickens County to be replaced, thanks to the roads legislation ...
Jul 04, 2016
Florida DOT announces work on 3 Jacksonville bridges
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) announced plans to work on three Jacksonville bridges, News 4 Jax reports. Work on the Ortega River Bridge has already begun, ...
Jun 29, 2016
Two Conn. bridges open to traffic 2 weeks after being demolished and rebuilt
Two new southbound bridges are now open on Route 8/25 in Bridgeport, ctpost.com reports. In less than two weeks, workers demolished the 44-year-old Lindley Street and Capitol ...
Jun 28, 2016
Iowa DOT says lack of funding responsible for No. 1 ranking in deficient bridges
A 2016 report from the American Road and Transportation Builders Association ranked Iowa no. 1 in the country for structurally deficient bridges. Of the approximately 5,000 deficient bridges in the state, ...
Jun 10, 2016
Two bridges in Chippewa Falls, Wisc., undergo reconstruction
Two bridges in Chippewa Falls, Wisc.–the Veterans Memorial Bridge on Main Street and the Marsh Rainbow Arch Bridge on Spring Street—will undergo reconstruction in this month, ...
Jun 06, 2016
Tennessee General Assembly votes to increase county roads, bridges funding
There's a lot of road work ahead for county roads and bridges in Tennessee. The Tennessee General Assembly voted to triple the amount of funding allotted for county roads ...
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