A structure carrying a roadway over the canal. Since they were built low to save money, a crew member sat up front in the boat and yelled to passengers, "Low bridge, everybody down," or they would be knocked off the boat.
Any structure carrying vehicles or pedestrians over an obstacle or depression. For ITD, it includes all overpasses, on-ramps, small bridges over streams, etc.
A structure including supports erected over a depression or an obstruction, such as water, highway, or railway, and having a track or passageway for carrying traffic or other moving loads, and having an opening measured along the center of the roadway of more than 20 feet between undercopings of abutments or spring lines of arches, or extreme ends of openings for multiple boxes; it may also include multiple pipes, where the clear distance between openings is less than half of the smaller contiguous opening.
A structure built over a ravine, waterway, highway, or wetlands area for the purpose of allowing vehicles or pedestrians access.
a structure across a waterway or other opening servicing as a pathway and/or roadway with a minimum clear span of six (6) meters. (Glossary of Terms in Statistics 1985, National Economic and Development Authority)
A raised structure built to carry vehicles or pedestrians over an obstacle.
manmade structure carrying a trail, road, or other transportation system across a body of water or depression (causeway, overpass, trestle).
A structure, including supports, erected over a depression or an obstruction, such as water, a highway, or a railway, and having a track or passageway for carrying traffic or other moving loads and having a length measured along the center of roadway of more than 10 feet (3.048 m) between undercopings of abutments or extreme limits of openings for multiple boxes. Length. The length of a bridge structure is the over-all length measured along the centerline of the roadway surface. Roadway Width. The clear width measured at right angles to the longitudinal centerline of the bridge between the bottom of curbs or guard timbers or, in the case of multiple heights of curbs, between the bottoms of the lower risers. For curb widths of 1 foot (0.3 m) or less, the roadway width is measured between parapets or railings.
A bridge is a structure spanning over a gap
elevated bar spanning the central-area (e.g. Gephyrocapsa).
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A bridge is a structure built to span a gorge, valley, road, railroad track, river, body of water, or any other physical obstacle. Designs may be built higher than otherwise needed in order to allow other traffic (particularly ship traffic) beneath.