Bridge (Engineering and Construction)

Bulletins

This page contains notifications on release of publications, updates, and revisions to Bridge Group guidelines, standards and other bridge and geotechnical service related memoranda.  In addition notifications may be released containing information affecting bridge design, inspection and geotechnical disciplines from national specifications and publications.

Guidelines

The guidelines on these pages reflect the latest AASHTO LRFD Specifications; updated sections are published as they become available. In the meantime, older sections of the guidelines remain available and are denoted with an asterisk (*).

Structure Detail Drawings

Structure Detail drawings are intended to supplement contract structure drawings for bridges and appurtenant highway structures. These drawings are used for recurring features in the same manner as the printed B standards drawings, which these drawings will eventually replace.

Bridge / Tunnel Inventory

This page contains links to both state and district inventories, which are presented in PDF format.

CADD MicroStation

These pages contain information on CADD English specifications, file-naming conventions, lists of abbreviations and downloadable cell libraries, seedfiles, etc.

Preservation Program

These pages contain a notice regarding bridge and overpass demolition debris.

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From the ADOT Blog : Bridges

Lowell Arch Bridge 2
This historical bridge built before Arizona was a state continues to support travelers in southeastern Arizona.
Interstate 17 Central Avenue Bridge demolition
Half time's over! Crews kick off second half of the I-17 Central Avenue bridge project.
Houghton RD I-7-21
The Houghton Road interchange project at I-10 near Tucson has been in the works for awhile, but this photo will help you get a sense of the scope of the project.
Winkelman bridge girder placement
If you drove on SR 77 near Winkelman this month, there was no missing this important sign of progress.
Old US 60 bridge 1
The trip east from Superior on US 60 used to be a lot different, but the need to cross Queen Creek is timeless.

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