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  • Video: Time-lapse shows bridge going up overnight

    This time-lapse video shows a new bridge being installed on an interstate in New York using a technique called "slide-in" in which a new bridge is built right next to an old one, and then slid in and hooked up, with a road closure of only a few hours rather than months.

This time-lapse video shows a new bridge being installed on an interstate in New York using a technique called "slide-in" in which a new bridge is built right next to an old one, and then slid in and hooked up, with a road closure of only a few hours rather than months. Courtesy of HNTB Corp.
This time-lapse video shows a new bridge being installed on an interstate in New York using a technique called "slide-in" in which a new bridge is built right next to an old one, and then slid in and hooked up, with a road closure of only a few hours rather than months. Courtesy of HNTB Corp.

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