The preferred design has been unveiled for a new path that will be added to the side of Auckland Harbour Bridge in New Zealand.
Approximately 6km of double track viaduct will extend the Belgrano Sur Line to link with the Roca Line at Constitución Station.
The mayor of São Paulo in Brazil has announced that work will start shortly on a new bridge.
A number of movable and complex bridges to be rehabilitated and inspected in the State of Michigan.
A new world record for the widest cable-stayed bridge has been confirmed.
The winning entry has been announced in the international design competition for a commemorative bridge at the Irish National War Memorial Gardens in Dublin.
The US state of New York has launched a design competition seeking ideas to improve the Buffalo Skyway bridge corridor and provide better access to the waterfront.
The acquisition of the UK-based bridge company is expected to result in a wider spectrum of infrastructure options and project financing.
The government of Ontario in Canada has announced funding for the first tranche of a package of road and bridge projects in rural areas.
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 government of Queensland, Australia, has unveiled images of a pedestrian bridge that will be built in the centre of Townsville.
Cracks had been increasing in length daily prior to last year’s fatal collapse of a pedestrian bridge that was under construction in Florida, USA, according to newly released records.
A New Zealand company has been fined US$100,000 after a poorly designed scaffold structure collapsed while seven people were at work on a bridge maintenance project.
The legislature in the US state of Washington has committed funds to restart planning for a new bridge to carry the I-5 highway over the Columbia River.
Construction is set to start shortly of the second bridge linking Brazil and Paraguay over the Paraná River.
The package for the southern African country's Road Development Agency includes financing and full training.
Utah Department of Transportation in the USA has awarded a US$94 million contract that includes the replacement of two bridges and the upgrading of eight others.
A research project at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has resulted in the development of a new anchoring system for carbon fibre reinforcement.
The Scottish government has launched a plan to promote the three bridges over the Firth of Forth as a tourist destination.
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