The New Hampshire Dept. of Transportation began Rush inspections of 16 red-listed bridges on Sept. 6 after a large piece of concrete fell off the N.H. Route 102 Bridge onto moving traffic on I-93 in Derry, N.H. a week earlier.
More than 900 West Virginia highway and bridge projects are in line to receive funding from a $1.6 billion bond proposal that goes before the state’s voters on October 7. The bonds are part of a $2.8 billion transportation funding initiative proposed earlier this year by Gov. Jim Justice (R).
The Massachusetts Dept. of Transportation has awarded a $1.5 million contract to Arup USA Inc. to conduct a feasibility study of Boston’s so-called North-South Rail Link, a proposed project to build a tunnel that would connect the city’s two main rail stations, North and South stations.
Virginia will spend $18.6 billion to study, develop, and build more than 3,600 transportation projects through 2023 under the latest Six-Year Improvement Program approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board.
Caltrans engineers are scrambling to replace Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge, a 317-ft-long, concrete continuous box-beam bridge on a key coastal highway after mudslides moved one of the support columns more than a foot, causing the span to crack and bow.
How did state DOTs like Missouri, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts successfully bundle dozens to hundreds of bridges into rapid-replacement programs? This webinar will feature answers from project officials who were involved in executing this crucial type of project delivery.
Major projects such as the $5 billion New NY Bridge are being delivered on time and budget so far - thanks in part to enhanced collaboration enabled by digital tools. During this webinar, our panel of experts will explain how digital tools are helping a major project stay on track.