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.
The city council of Chelmsford in eastern England is inviting comments on a waterfront development proposal that includes a bowstring arch bridge.
Work will begin work next month to refurbish and rebuild one of the world’s oldest suspension bridges.
Highways England has set out plans for a 12-month programme of road and bridge improvements in the east of the country.
Work is getting under way on the next phase of the Illuminated River project, which is adding orchestrated lighting to bridges along London’s River Thames.
Network Rail has begun the hunt for the contractor for a project that will enable visitors to walk on the world-famous Forth Bridge in Scotland.
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.
The contracting team has been appointed for a US$28 million project to replace a highway bridge in the north west of England.
A lifting operation to install a new arched footbridge has been completed ahead of schedule in the English city of Derby.
Plans have been agreed for the project, which will be funded by Oxford City Council.
A 320t stainless steel road bridge has been lifted into place in Cumbria in northern England as the replacement for a structure washed away by a storm in 2015.
Further repairs are taking place this week to the Twin Sails Bridge, which has been out of use for almost a month.
A project to install a steel bridge over the M4 motorway in England has been completed in just 24 hours, with the road reopened more than a day ahead of schedule.
Planning approval has been granted for a new bridge over Lake Lothing in Lowestoft in eastern England.
A study has confirmed the viability of building a fixed link over Scotland’s Corran Narrows and has found that a bridge would cost far less than a tunnel.
A pedestrian bridge in Saskatoon, Canada, has been closed to help prevent people coming into close contact with one another during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A proposal to commission feasibility studies into a new footbridge over the River Wear will be considered by Sunderland City Council next week.
The contract has been awarded for fabrication, trial assembly and installation of a steel bridge at the centre of a flyover project in the north-east of England.
Ministers in the governments of Northern Ireland and Scotland have written to the the UK's overall transport secretary reiterating their opposition to a cross-sea bridge or tunnel.
Local residents are being consulted on the idea of constructing a footbridge to act as a temporary replacement for Hammersmith Bridge, allowing ongoing repair work to be expedited.
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