Bridges

transportation

Repairing All the ‘Structurally Deficient’ Bridges in the US Would Take More Than 80 Years

Every day roughly 178 million people in the US travel over bridges in need of “urgent” repair.
Rob Dozier
4.3.19
Scrapbook

Scrapbook: New Zealand Sibling Duo Broods Dig Deep into Their Photo Albums

The New Zealand sibling duo return with their sophomore LP 'Conscious' and to celebrate we forced them into an extended flashback Friday.
Noisey Staff
7.1.16
Art

Inverted Bridge Photographs Will Make You Dizzy

Floriane de Lasée's photographs of upside down bridges defy gravity while bending our minds.
Diana Shi
6.18.16
Film

Before LA Tears Down its Most Famous Bridge, Watch A Film About It

Watch the exclusive premiere of Gharnasi's love letter to LA River’s longest bridge.
Antonio Pacheco
2.5.16
Paris

In Photos: Paris Dredges Canal in Hipster Neighborhood, Finds Bicycles, Beer, And a Gun

Workers dredging the historic Canal Saint-Martin to carry out maintenance work have also uncovered several submerged chairs, scooters, and motorbikes — as well as at least one gun, which was quickly seized by police.
Etienne Rouillon
1.6.16
Features

The Strangest, Most Spectacular Bridge Collapse (And How We Got It Wrong)

How a textbook example of an engineering failure—and the famous video that captured it—got twisted.
ALEX PASTERNACK
12.14.15
Comics!

In Today's Comic, an Australian Provides a Guide to Manhattan

"They never built over Central Park, because a dragon lives there."
Greg Mackay
10.11.15
china

A Bridge Built by Rockets

China's Sidu River Bridge, the highest bridge in the world, presented some very unique engineering challenges.
Michael Byrne
8.4.15
Stuff

Cry-Baby of the Week: A Florida Tollbooth Fired an Operator for Paying a Driver's Fee

Also this week: A woman was arrested for leaving her children unattended while attending a job interview 30 feet away in the same room.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.24.15
Gaming

Building Bridges Is Hard, a Story in 5 GIFs

'Poly Bridge' shows that catastrophic engineering failures are hilarious.
Emanuel Maiberg
6.30.15
Art

[Exclusive] Golden Light Flows Like Water in Hanging Installation

A tangle of lights rises from the water in Grimanosa Amorós' new installation, 'Golden Waters.'
Beckett Mufson
6.18.15
News

America's Infrastructure Is Slowly Falling Apart

And here are the projects that prove it.
Bill Bradley
2.2.15
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