The US state of Minnesota is to host a virtual public meeting next week to discuss plans for a major project to replace or rehabilitate the ageing John A Blatnik Bridge.
Chris Tracey, unit bridges manager, and Alasdair Allen, severe weather manager, explain how new ice sensors on the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland are helping Bear Scotland monitor the weather conditions that can cause ice accretion.
Replacement of footway panels is set to start what is believed to be the world's second-oldest operational vehicular suspension bridge.
Councillors are being asked to approve repairs of the Tees Transporter Bridge and the start of consultation on its future operation.
A key stage has been reached five months ahead of schedule in the reconstruction of the deck of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge in New York, USA.
A contract has been awarded for repair and rehabilitation of the Second Hooglhly Bridge in India.
A medieval Scottish bridge has been rediscovered after being hidden beneath the waters of the River Teviot for centuries.
The English county of Worcestershire has begun refurbishment of one of its bridges under a programme that could also see another footbridge built.
Safety concerns have prompted the complete closure of London’s 133-year-old Hammersmith Bridge.
Highways England has awarded a contract with a total value of US$315 million for maintenance of its three major bridges in the south-west of the country.
Work will begin work next month to refurbish and rebuild one of the world’s oldest suspension bridges.
The US states of Nevada and Colorado have awarded bridge inspection contracts to begin in late summer.
Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has announced a precautionary plan to repair a bridge that has become an essential route after cracking forced closure of a neighbouring structure.
Restoration of the 200-year-old Union Chain Bridge linking England and Scotland is set to start following the appointment of the main works contractor.
San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge has long been an iconic structure that people flock to see, but now it is also something people can hear.
Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has awarded a contract for inspections of major river bridges throughout the US state.
A memorandum has been published outlining potential ways in which the cracked West Seattle High Rise Bridge might fail.
Following major restoration work, the UK’s largest steel arch bridge is close to reopening, with the crossing’s age and Grade II listed status posing some unique challenges.
A contractor has been appointed to stabilise the cracked West Seattle High-Rise Bridge and plans have been put in place in case the structure appears about to collapse.
Further repairs are taking place this week to the Twin Sails Bridge, which has been out of use for almost a month.
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