Sunday, December 6, 2009

Mexico's Bridges: Puente Cuatro Caminos (1)

I've often observed that a bridge is almost unnoticeable from the roadway above. Someone driving on Route 54D towards Guadalajara might not be aware that they had driven over a canyon unless they had taken their eyes off the road.

Puente Cuatro Caminos (the Four Roads Bridge) is a tall precast girder bridge on a sharp radius horizontal curve. We'll take a closer look at this bridge tomorrow.
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