Bridge Bashing
Ships can be dangerous to bridges. Collisions are increasing and costs are considerable. There are ways to reduce the risks, but these cost money, too. A 1993 vessel collision with and...

BART on a Roll
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) opened its Pittsburg/Bay Point Station ahead of schedule, and now the district sets to work on an ambitious 14-mi rail system extension...

Catchy Culverts
Franklin County, Ohio, installed box culverts in Norman Ditch to prevent flooding of surrounding homes, streets and sewer lines after heavy storms. The design team, given tight deadlines...

A Strategic Management Tool for Subway Station Rehabilitation and Planning

Recent Trends in Composite Bridge Design and Construction in Germany

Design and Construction of Long Span Steel Composite Bridges

Grouting for a 30-Story Movable Structure

Railroad Track Condition Assessment through the RAILER Engineered Management System

Tracking Seismic Hazards
Union Station in downtown Portland, Ore. is a historic landmark but also a seismic risk. Engineers were charged with making a priority list of hazards so that the owners could prioritize...

Scandinavia's International Connection (Available only in Structural Engineering Special Issue)
The 7.8-km-long cable-stayed ├śresund Bridge, the centerpiece of the first road and rail link between Scandinavia and Europe, is the third and final link of the 15.8 km Oresund Link. The...

Customer Oriented Train Scheduling in Underground Railway Systems

Approach Philosophy and Risk Considerations for Seismic Design and Evaluation of Railroad Bridges

Railroad Bridge Behavior during Past Earthquakes

Full-Scale Resonance Tests of a Railway Bridge

Conceptual Seismic Design Methods for Railroad Bridges

Improved Analysis Techniques for the Capacity and Fatigue Assessment of TPG Railway Bridges

Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Victoria Bridge

Railway Bridge Loads Under Current Operating Conditions

Program for Estimating the Remaining Fatigue Life of Steel Railway Bridges

Lining the Line
Having succeeded in achieving dry stations and tunnels in mined construction, flexible waterproofing membranes are now being used to waterproof cut-and-cover subway stations and old, leaking...





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