span bridge

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  • A long term solution, perhaps a new longer span bridge, will be needed.
  • It was the first long-span bridge of its kind to be designed in China.
  • It was also the last lift span bridge to be built along the river.
  • At this time the structure was changed to three-span bridge standing on stone supports.
  • The plan is to eventually replace it with a higher fixed span bridge.
  • At the time of its construction it was the highest span bridge in the United States.
  • At the time of building, it was the biggest single span bridge in the world.
  • The bypass consists of of new road and a long, five-span bridge.
  • Moderately hard steel has been used for the larger members of long-span bridges. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • We crossed the now considerable river by a three-span bridge, and entered the banana country. Cited from Tramping in Mexico, by Harry A. Franck
  • The bridge construction is significant because it was one of the first truly long single-span bridges constructed in the state.
  • It is widely considered the longest double-deck swing-span bridge in the world.
  • And so they hurried on to the six-span bridge that crossed the ice-laden river. Cited from The Daughter of Anderson Crow, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • The other alternative considered by the Steering Committee was an opening span bridge.
  • Two single span bridges were also to be constructed, one on each side of the main overpass.
  • The parallel bridge is three-span bridge too.
  • It provided the first practical test of the application of the cantilever principle to long-span bridge design.
  • The bridge is the largest double-swing-span bridge in the United States, and second largest in the world.
  • The two-span bridge is long and has a filled-spandrel concrete arch design.
  • The bridge is one of three swing-span bridges in the state.
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