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The mind circle   18 March 2020   World  
<p>Did you know that the fear of bridges is called &ldquo;gephyrophobia&rdquo;? Even if you do not suffer from it, these hair-raising scariest bridges could be the best things to test your gutsy spirit&hellip;</p>
<p>The time-lapse video below, taken by the City of Yuba City in California, offers a look at four months of work on the 5th Street Bridge that spans the Feather River. </p>
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Railway Gazette   09 January 2019   India  
<p>INDIA: The country&rsquo;s longest combined rail and road bridge was officially opened when Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off a Northeast Frontier Railway inter-city train from Tinsukia to Naharlagun on December 25.<br />The 4.94 km Bogibeel Bridge ...
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Designboom   18 July 2018   Australia   Perth  
<p>The matagarup bridge &ndash; a $91.5 million project to connect australia&lsquo;s east perth to the city&rsquo;s recently built optus stadium &ndash; is now complete and open to the public. the pedestrian bridge, which grants access to the new 60,000-seat ...
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Roads&Bridges   14 June 2018   USA   Maryland  
<p>Gov. Larry Hogan joined state and local officials this week for the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new Dover Bridge along S.R. 331 over the Choptank River between Talbot and Caroline counties in Maryland.<br />Traffic on S.R. 331 had already ...
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ME Construction News   10 March 2017   Kuwait   Middle East  
<p>Work on the $3 billion Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Sabah Causeway project is about 73% complete, a senior Kuwaiti official has said, while also confirming that the 36km long bridge on track to launch in 2018.</p> <p>Also known as The Subbiya Bridge, the project ...
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