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El Bicho Tunnel, Tenerife Island, Spain

The El Bicho Tunnel is located in the Santiago del Teide Valley of Tenerife Island, the largest and most populous of the Canary Islands in Spain. El Bicho is a twin tunnel, passing 1km through the Hoia Mountain. The construction of the first pipe of El Bicho Tunnel was completed ...

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IRD Announces Record Revenue and Earnings in Third Quarter 2015

International Road Dynamics (TSX: IRD) has announced continued strong growth in the quarter ending 31 August 2015. “With significant gains in revenues and profitability across all of our key business lines and geographic segments, we generated stellar results and achieved the highest single quarterly earnings in the Company’s history,” commented ...

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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Akashi Strait, Japan

Akashi Kaikyo is 3.9km long bridge built across the Akashi Strait, a 1,500m international shipping canal that connects the Pacific Ocean to the Sea of Japan. The suspension bridge connects the city of Kobe (mainland of Honshu) to Iwaya (Awaji Island) in Japan. The spectacular view of the bridge in ...

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Dukhan Highway Central, Qatar

urrently under development by Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal), the Dukhan Highway Central project involves the construction of a 15km-long new dual four-lane expressway running from the current Wajbah Interchange to 1km east of the Al Shahania, Doha. The new highway with hard shoulders and grade-separated interchanges replaces the existing ...

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Kallang / Paya Lebar Expressway, Singapore

The new 12km Kallang / Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) runs from the East Coast Parkway (ECP) in the south to the Tampines Expressway (TPE) in the North East. The new urban expressway was constructed at an estimated cost of S$1.8bn (US$1bn). It includes 8.5km (5.28 miles) of tunnels, which make ...

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Baldock Solar Highway, United States of America

Baldock Solar Highway, in the state of Oregon, is the first-of-its-kind renewable energy project in the US. The project generates electricity for traffic operations of the State Highway systems through solar photovoltaic panels. It entirely powers the north-bound and south-bound Baldock Safety Rest Areas, owned by the Oregon Department of ...

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