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Genesee Avenue Pedestrian Overcrossing, a Concrete Bridge with a High Degree of Curvature  - Paul Morel, P.E., Kleinfelder|Simon Wong Engineering, Nathan Johnson, Ph.D., P.E., Kleinfelder|Simon Wong Engineering, Craig Shannon, P.E., Kleinfelder|Simon Wong Engineering - The opportunity to design a semi-circular pedestrian bridge allowed bridge engineers to design a concrete bridge with interesting aesthetics and features. Full Article

Controlling Prestress Release Cracks in High Performance Concrete Bridge Girders - Pinar Okumus, University at Buffalo, & Michael Oliva, University of Wisconsin - Very efficient pretensioned concrete highway bridge girders take advantage of high strength concrete, but can often exhibit unexpected end cracking upon prestress release, a concern for designers and manufacturers. Full Article

How to Specify and Construct Durable Crack Free Bridge Decks: Washington State Experience - Mark Gaines, P.E., Washington State Department of Transportation, Mohammad Sheikhizadeh, P.E., David Evans and Associates - The aging and deficient bridge infrastructure of the country is facing a replacement crisis. Full Article

Concrete Bridge Views is published jointly by the Federal Highway Administration and the National Concrete Bridge Council.

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