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Fuller Warren Bridge Replacement, United States of America

The new Fuller Warren Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida, USA, is an eight-lane, 1.4-mile-long bridge across the St. Johns River. Part of the I-95 interstate system, the project was sponsored by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). One section of the new bridge was opened to traffic in April 2000 but ...

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Burway Bridge Replacement, United Kingdom

The original Burway Bridge collapsed on 27 June 2007, severing a gas main, due to exceptionally heavy flooding in the area when the River Corve rose 1.6m in around three hours. The collapse left a 16m-wide gap in the main road into Ludlow, which was a major problem as this ...

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Dallas Horseshoe Project, Texas, United States of America

The Dallas Horseshoe Project involves the upgrading of the I-30 and I-35E bridges that traverse the Trinity River and the bridges in the Mixmaster, where I-30 and Interstate-35 intersect. It will also involve the construction of the Margaret McDermott Bridge, the second signature bridge of Dallas. The project, upon completion, ...

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Elizabeth River Tunnels Project, United States of America

Elizabeth River Tunnels Project (ERTP) includes construction of a new tunnel in place of the Midtown tunnel and restoration of existing Downtown tunnels in Virginia, USA. The tunnels connect Norfolk and Portsmouth cities in the Hampton roads region. The ERTP is being developed by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in ...

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South Luzon Expressway, Philippines

Officially known as Radial Road 3, the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) or South Superhighway (SSH) is consists of two expressways connecting Metro Manila to the Calabarzon region in the Philippines. In 2006, a project was started to rehabilitate, expand and maintain the SLEX. The project, which consisted of a 30 ...

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Gauteng Freeway Improvement, South Africa

The Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) was launched by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) to improve the infrastructural network in Gauteng. The GFIP is the single largest national road project taken up by the government in more than 20 years. Once completed, the project is expected to ...

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Manchester Congestion Charge, United Kingdom

With the perceived success of the congestion charge schemes in London and Durham, other cities with traffic problems across the UK are considering introducing similar systems. One of these cities is Manchester, which has shown itself to be a modern and progressive city but now with the burden of additional ...

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Circle Drive South Project, Canada

The Circle Drive South project in Saskatoon, Canada, has been the largest single public construction project in the city to date. Construction work on the $300m project began in May 2010. The ground-breaking ceremony was held on 28 May 2010 in Diefenbaker Park. In the south-west corner of the park, ...

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