A medieval Scottish bridge has been rediscovered after being hidden beneath the waters of the River Teviot for centuries.
Federal funding of over US$144 million has been secured towards the replacement of two ageing movable rail bridges in the US state of Connecticut.
Camden Council has granted planning permission for a new pedestrian bridge in the King’s Cross area of London, England.
Chile’s Ministry of Public Works has reached an agreement that settles claims brought by the contractor building the Chacao Bridge.
The Philippines Department of Public Works & Highways (DPWH) has signed a contract for the design of a major bridge linking the provinces of Bataan and Cavite.
Scottish Canals has announced that construction of a new bridge in north Glasgow is now under way.
Four construction companies have submitted proposals for Tasmania’s New Bridgewater Bridge and consultation on the project’s reference design has begun.
The contract has been awarded for a 3D-printed concrete footbridge that will be built as part of preparations for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
The construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) has been chosen for a US$257 million Californian highway project that includes multiple bridges.
The Swedish Transport Administration has picked the winning design for a new signature rail crossing of the Österdal River north of Oxberg.
Three different methods will be used for deconstruction of the original Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Canada.
A group of three public authorities in New Zealand has set out a plan for two new bridges over the Kimiakau Shotover River.
A proposal for a new footbridge in Douglas is included in a project plan set out by the Isle of Man’s Department of Infrastructure.
The USA’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded the first-ever waiver allowing drones to carry out bridge inspections beyond the line of sight.
Norways’s public roads administration has appointed a consultant to provide independent verification for the designs of two major fjord crossings.
A newly launched project to review transport connections across the United Kingdom is to include a study of the potential for a new crossing of the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Repairs to the Pensacola Bay Bridge are expected to take six months to complete, Florida Department of Transportation has announced.
The contractor has been chosen for the Gull Wing, the third crossing of Lake Lothing in Lowestoft, England.
The engineering and design services contract has been awarded for a structure that will help improve the reliability of a Chicago rail service.
India’s National High Speed Rail Corporation has opened the technical bids for two packages of work covering 28 bridges and 88km of viaducts.
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