The winning design for the Estonian terminal of the planned 870km-long Rail Baltica line combines the roles of a major transport hub and a bridge.
The panel judging a design competition for a new bridge in Vilnius, Lithuania, has chosen a preliminary winner.
A contractor-led consortium has been chosen to develop plans for the Crown Bridges project in Helsinki, Finland.
A steel bridge weighing 2,100 tonnes has been installed at a height of 120m above ground level to link the two towers of a new hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan.
A US$25 million construction contract has been awarded for the Atlantinsilta Bridge in Helsinki, Finland.
The first 500-tonne span has been installed for the new structure to replace the bridge that collapsed last year in Genoa, Italy, killing 43 people.
A number of arrests have been made in connection with information that has emerged during the investigation into last year’s fatal collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy.
The contractor has been chosen for the construction of a new footbridge to replace one that collapsed in 2017 in the Czech capital Prague.
The winning entry has been chosen in the design competition for a new footbridge in Gauja National Park in Latvia.
Preparatory work is getting under way on a project to install new timber protection for all seven piers of the medieval Charles Bridge in the Czech capital, Prague.
A proposal has been announced for a new footbridge in Brussels in Belgium.
A monitoring contract has been awarded for 14 major bridges that form part of a new high-speed railway in central Greece.
The prime minister of Romania has confirmed plans for a new bridge over the River Danube.
The government of Montenegro has appointed a contractor to build a pedestrian bridge in the municipality of Mojkovac.
The Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency has appointed technical, legal and financing advisors for its Hailuoto Causeway public-private partnership (PPP) road and bridge project.
A ceremony has been held to mark the cutting of the first piece of steel for the replacement of the Polcevera Viaduct, which collapsed last August in Genoa, Italy.
The first span has been poured for the eastern approach section of 3km-long crossing on a new highway scheme east of Bratislava in Slovakia.
The US$257 million construction contract has been awarded for a Czech highway project that includes a 780m-long bridge.
The contract has been awarded for replacement of the collapsed bridge over the Polcevera River in Genoa, Italy.
Demolition is set to start on 15 December of the Italian bridge whose collapse in August killed 43 people.
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