November 07, 2018

    Past and Present Come Full Circle in Historic Peevy Road Bridge

    Dayton, Ohio has been called the cradle of creativity, a city of innovation. From the invention of flight and the advent of the self-starter which fueled the auto boom to the cash register, the city continues to nurture advances...

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    Topics: vehicle bridges, historic bridges

    July 03, 2018

    Bridges' Part of the Nation's Independence Day Celebration

    It’s Independence Day or as most of us refer to the holiday that honors the United States’ adoption of the Declaration of Independence—the Fourth of July. Many of us will hit the roads and take advantage of our nation’s...

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    Topics: historic bridges, suspension bridge

    June 20, 2018

    Santiago Calatrava: The man behind the bridges

    Behind every bridge there are countless individuals who help to design, plan and build the finished product. Some of these designers have left a memorable mark on the world of architecture. Bridges serve as paths between two...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridges, cantilever sidewalks, steel bridge, vehicle bridges, historic bridges

    June 07, 2017

    Lift Bridge with Long History of Service

    Since 1940, the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge has provided a link between the states of Maine and New Hampshire. The bridge was a project undertaken by the then-newly formed Maine-New Hampshire Interstate Bridge Authority. The...

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    Topics: vehicle bridges, historic bridges

    August 09, 2016

    The Long And Short Of It: Covered Bridges Of Northeast Ohio

    I recently traveled to Ashtabula County in northeast Ohio. The original settlers in this section of Ohio brought the quaint covered bridge architecture with them from New England. At one time, there were over 200 covered bridges...

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    Topics: historic bridges, covered bridges

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