A rendering of the Galveston Street Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge.
Bridges aren’t just for cars, you know – ADOT builds bike/pedestrian bridges, too. In fact, there’s one under construction right now that’s being built in partnership with the city of Chandler.
Inspectors examine a bridge damaged by a crash.
You may have heard the terms “structurally deficient” or “functionally obsolete” in reference to bridges …
Demolition of old Gila River Bridge on US 70
After 56 years, it’s time for the old Gila River Bridge to retire … Located on US 70 about a mile west of the Bylas community on the San Carlos Apache reservation, the bridge, which was built in 1957, is now being demolished ...
Crews demolishing the old Pantano Union Pacific Railroad Bridge over 1-10
We posted a clip on YouTube last week that shows crews demolishing the old Pantano Union Pacific Railroad Bridge. Because it’s a time-lapse video, you can watch all the work being completed in under a minute…
Crew works around frame of support for the new San Pedro River Bridge.
As you can see in the video above, work to replace the San Pedro River Bridge is in full swing…
Crowd seated at the public meeting for the San Pedro River Bridge project.
Public involvement truly helps shape ADOT projects … just ask residents living near the San Pedro River Bridge
New pedestrian bridge now open over I-17 just north of Happy Valley Road.
ADOT installed the 160-ton, 600-foot long bridge over two nights in June next to the Central Arizona Project (CAP) canal.
New US 70 Gila River Bridge at Bylas is being  constructed adjacent to the old bridge
This might sound cliché, but ADOT really is getting rid of the old to make room for the new… It’s happening right now on the San Carlos Apache reservation as ADOT crews construct a new bridge to replace the US 70 Gila River Bridge at Bylas.
The bridge crossing the Gila River outside Florence has quite a few distinctions in its history.


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