A technical review into a US$2.8 billion bridge project in Canada has concluded that the proposal was drawn up without full consideration of alternatives.
Port commissioners in the US state of Washington are calling for a new bridge over the Columbia River.
The Ukraine government plans to discuss with its Moldovan counterpart a proposal for a bridge linking the two countries across the River Dniester.
A study carried out by Stantec Consulting has found that it would not be feasible to add light rail tracks to the High Level Bridge in Edmonton, Canada.
Malaysia’s 2018 budget has made provision for a feasibility study into a major bridge.
Plans to expand the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) in the eastern USA received environmental approval this week, allowing the project to move forward.
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) in the USA has commissioned an environmental assessment as the first step in upgrading the ageing Route 51 Mississippi River crossing.
An environmental impact study for a 1,780m bridge over the River Uruguay is to be presented to the public this month.
The Norwegian Public Roads Authority has published revised cost estimates for the upgrade to the E39 highway between Vik in Vestnes and Julbo Molde which includes a new suspension bridge over Romsdalsfjord.
Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is set to start work on the environmental impact statement (EIS) for a project to replace the I-84 Hartford Viaduct.
The governor of the US state of Maryland has announced the start of a US$5 million study to identify options for a new Chesapeake Bay crossing.
A referendum to be held in Switzerland next month will include a question about whether a major crossing should be built over Lake Geneva, which is known as Lac Léman in French.
The governor of the US state of New York has said that ‘out of the box’ ideas are being explored, including a 19km bridge to improve access to Nassau County on Long Island.
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