Bridges: Wind Fairings Will Streamline and Strengthen New York Span

Bridges: San Francisco Bay Span Secured Amid Fears of Attack

Bridges: Dampers to Control Stay Cable Vibrations in Texas Span

Bridge Design Contest Draws Big Interest

Covered Bridge Designated as Engineering Landmark

Bridges: Movable Span Deck Replacement Tests Materials' Limits

Thousands of New Teams Enter Bridge Contest

Bridges: Rehab Widens, Strengthens Suspension Span

Erratum for Bridges: Aesthetics Informs Design of Florida Crossing

Materials: Straw Arch Withstands Seismic Loads

Eugeen C. Figg. Jr., Distinguished Bridge Engineer, Dies at 65

Rising Tide
In an effort to accommodate a new light-rail system in New Jersey between Camden and Trenton, the state's Department of Transportation began the formidable task of enhancing...

Crossing the Yangtze
The Nanjing Second Yangtze River Bridge, which links two parts of the city of Nanjing, features the first use of an epoxy asphalt deck pavement in China and one of the longest cable-stayed...

Changing Lanes
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) plans to relocate Interstate 195 in downtown Providence began as a safety improvement project but has since grown into an ambitious...

The Submarine Mission
A new Navy engineering and support facility for submarines has been designed and constructed at Lake Pend Oreille, near Bayview, Idaho. The project includes a bridge approach to the facility,...

Twin Crossings
The Hungerford Bridge actually comprises twin pedestrian bridges that are being constructed on either side of an operational 19th century railway bridge over the River Thames in London....

The Chernobyl Problem
When the infamous accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant occurred in April 1986�a catastrophe that involved an explosion that blew off the top of one of the plant's...

Bridges: Second Tacoma Narrows Span Approved

Bridges: Viaduct Rises above Scenic French Countryside

Historic Preservation: Pennsylvania Saves Bridges by Selling Them





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