A temporary measure has been approved that will allow the reopening of the John A Roebling Suspension Bridge in the US state of Kentucky.
The Australian state of Tasmania is inviting bids for the next round of bridge upgrades as part of a programme to improve the freight network.
The European Union has offered about US$10 million in match-funding for a project to link Ireland and Northern Ireland with a cross-border park and footbridge.
Preparatory work is getting under way on a project to install new timber protection for all seven piers of the medieval Charles Bridge in the Czech capital, Prague.
A new report is highly critical of decisions taken by engineers in the run-up to last year's fatal collapse of a pedestrian bridge that was under construction in Florida.
Douglas Shire Council in Australia has published a report that sets out options for improving travel over the Daintree River.
The prime consultant has been appointed for a project to prevent today’s large cargo ships from causing damage to the Delaware Memorial Bridge in the USA.
Agreement leads to dismissal of temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in US court
The Welsh government has shelved plans for a project that included a major cable-stayed bridge.
The current phase of work to replace dozens of joints on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in California, USA, is on track to be completed next month.
The local council on the Isle of Wight off southern England is to commission a study into the possibility of building a new bridge.
Elliptical aluminium-cladded tube at Køge Nord Station offers panoramic views along its length.
A task force within Hong Kong's Harbourfront Commission has approved the design of a 190m-long footbridge.
The second of two 66,000t caissons is now in place for the pylon foundations of what is set to be the world's longest-spanning suspension bridge.
Better information is needed about the thousands of bridges in Nova Scotia, Canada, to help managers decide which projects to do and when to do them, an audit has found.
The proposed construction of a new bridge in Great Yarmouth in eastern England has moved into the next phase of the planning process.
A US federal court has been asked to take action over an alleged attempt to obtain trade secrets about the production of a range of steel bridges.
A tender is set to be issued for a design-build project involving the replacement of more than 100 bridges in the eastern USA.
A robotic ‘exosuit’ that makes it easier to lift objects is being tested by workers carrying out maintenence of the Forth bridges in Scotland.
The preferred design has been unveiled for a new path that will be added to the side of Auckland Harbour Bridge in New Zealand.
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