The Ukraine government plans to discuss with its Moldovan counterpart a proposal for a bridge linking the two countries across the River Dniester.
The Italian government has established a special commission of six people to carry out the technical investigation into last week’s fatal collapse of a stretch of the Polcevera Viaduct in Genoa.
A major motorway bridge has collapsed in Genoa, Italy.
A joint venture of French and Czech-based companies has won a motorway project that includes a 451m viaduct and a bridge that will be pushed into place over a major railway.
City councillors in the Czech capital Prague have decided to replace the Liben Bridge with a new crossing.
A key bridge in Prague has been closed to all traffic except pedestrians and cyclists after a safety assessment showed it to be in a dangerous state.
Contractor China Road & Bridge Corporation has appointed Cowi as bridge and tunnel advisor for a 51km highway project that is under way in Montenegro.
The prime ministers of Hungary and Slovakia have formally inaugurated work on a new bridge linking the two countries.
A cable-stayed footbridge has been chosen for a site in Bourg-en-Valence in France.
A team of Dutch and Latvian architects and engineers has won the international design competition for a bridge to mark Estonia’s centenary next year.
Plans have been submitted by Ney & Partners and Steinmetzdemeyer for a bridge suspended 40m above the floor of the Neudorf Valley in Luxembourg.
ALE has completed the launch of the first section of the Zezelj Bridge in Novi Sad, Serbia.
Ponting has won two separate design competitions for footbridges in Slovenia.
A contract has been signed for construction of the Logomo pedestrian bridge in Turku, Finland.
The government of Montenegro is to begin exploring the best procurement model for the Verige Bridge over Boka Kotorska Bay.
The Czech capital Prague has been fined US$420,000 over the Troja Bridge project, where changes in the procurement resulted in construction of a far more expensive structure than the one originally planned.
A new cycle bridge has been installed by Besix over the Albert Channel as part of the Ijzerlaan project in Antwerp, Belgium.
The city council in Helsinki has given the go-ahead for Finland’s longest bridge.
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