The preferred design has been unveiled for a new path that will be added to the side of Auckland Harbour Bridge in New Zealand.
The winning entry has been announced in the international design competition for a commemorative bridge at the Irish National War Memorial Gardens in Dublin.
The US state of New York has launched a design competition seeking ideas to improve the Buffalo Skyway bridge corridor and provide better access to the waterfront.
A proposal has been announced for a new footbridge in Brussels in Belgium.
The government of Queensland, Australia, has unveiled images of a pedestrian bridge that will be built in the centre of Townsville.
The Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency has appointed technical, legal and financing advisors for its Hailuoto Causeway public-private partnership (PPP) road and bridge project.
The tender notice has been issued for the detailed design of a new Centenary Bridge in Queensland, Australia.
Cambridgeshire County Council in eastern England has awarded the contract for detailed design of a suspension footbridge whose concept was developed by Knight Architects.
The USA’s Federal Highway Administration has approved a proposal to build a new bridge between the North Carolina communities of Aydlett on the mainland and Corolla on the Outer Banks.
High-speed rail design takes a step forward with dynamic new methods for vehicle-track-structure-interaction analysis on curved bridge structures. Maria Fedorova, Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, and Joshua Tauberer explain
The design and proposed construction method have been published for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge that will be built in Newtown, Wales.
The winning design has been chosen for a new road bridge in Hamburg, Germany.
The city council in the US city of Salem, Oregon, has decided that it doesn’t want a new bridge.
Fourteen potential routes have been identified for a new crossing to relieve congestion on the 6.9km Chesapeake Bay Bridge in the USA.
The preferred alignment has been identified for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the River Thames in London, England.
Chile’s Ministry of Public Works has approved the definitive design of what is set to be South America's longest suspension bridge.
California Transportation Commission has approved funding of over US$12 million towards the cost of a US$15.5 million bridge whose design will echo trees and bicycle wheels.
The city of Antwerp has approved the construction of 140m-long steel structure designed to give cyclists better access to a bridge that has proved very popular since its opening in 2017.
Glasgow City Council in Scotland has unveiled images of a planned pedestrian and cycle swing bridge.
Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland is planning to issue a tender for a study into a proposed footbridge, including the development of outline designs.
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