A bridge that served for more than 100 years the residents of Pennsylvania, in the northeastern United States, was demolished by the authorities on Wednesday, due to the fact that an inspection revealed major deterioration.
Three months ago, we wrote about the progress of construction of China’s Record- Breaking Glass Bridge. This bridge opened to the public on August 20thattracting many visitors, but thirteen days later was closed.
The State of Texas organized a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the accident of September 15th, 2001. That day, the Queen Isabella Causeway bridge in Texas collapsed because of a collision between barges and its supporting columns. Eight people were killed in that acccident.
A short bridge was demolished in downtown LA, as it was standing in the way of the Regional Connector project, the city’s metro line extension. The bridge, leading to Hope Street, was built in the area where the construction of the 2nd Street/Hope Station is taking place. The station will serve the northwest part of DTLA, including Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Broad, the Los Angeles Music Center, MOCA and many offices and residences in the area.