The Scottish government has launched a plan to promote the three bridges over the Firth of Forth as a tourist destination.
A planning application has been submitted for the restoration of a former railway viaduct in the UK so that it can be reopened for use by pedestrians and cyclists.
Local authorities in south-west England have awarded an eight-year structural health monitoring (SHM) contract to help extend the life of the Tamar Bridge.
The historic Hammersmith Bridge, which crosses the River Thames in London, England, has been closed to road traffic indefinitely after safety inspections revealed critical faults.
A US$11.2 million contract has been awarded for the refurbishment of a key crossing of the River Medway in the English county of Kent.
Cambridgeshire County Council in eastern England has awarded the contract for detailed design of a suspension footbridge whose concept was developed by Knight Architects.
One of the companies that helped build the Humber Bridge more than 40 years ago has secured the contract for a year-long inspection programme covering the structure’s main cables.
The design and proposed construction method have been published for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge that will be built in Newtown, Wales.
Transport for London (TfL) has published details of all the money spent on the Garden Bridge project, which was cancelled in 2017.
The preferred alignment has been identified for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the River Thames in London, England.
Glasgow City Council in Scotland has unveiled images of a planned pedestrian and cycle swing bridge.
Suffolk County Council in eastern England is set to replace the planned construction of three bridges in Ipswich with a smaller scheme involving two crossings.
Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland is planning to issue a tender for a study into a proposed footbridge, including the development of outline designs.
The contractor has been appointed for the first phase of a major art project to illuminate bridges along the River Thames in central London.
The construction contract has been awarded for the Third River Crossing in Great Yarmouth in eastern England.
Newly published research says that the money needed to clear the backlog of bridge maintenance in Great Britain has risen from US$6.3 billion to US$8.5 billion in a year.
The winning design has been chosen for a footbridge that could be used across Britain’s rail network.
Further specialist engineers are due to arrive on site to help extract a half-tonne pin from the lifting mechanism of Twin Sails Bridge, which has been out of use for several weeks.
Bidding is now under way for a new swing bridge over the River Clyde in Scotland.
Exploratory work is taking place in the English town of Poole to investigate a grating noise that can be heard when the Twin Sails Bridge opens.
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