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      Bridge Curving To Center Truss
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      Finished Panels With Curbs And Wear Surface
    • 03-bridge-site-with-curved-steel-beams.jpg
      Bridge Site With Curved Steel Beams
    • 04-unloading-FRP-deck-panels.jpg
      Unloading FRP Deck Panels
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      Placing Radius Deck Panel
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      Placing Straight Deck Panel
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      Deck Panel Lift
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      Curved Bridge Section
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      Last Deck Panel Placed
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      Bridge Opening Ceremony
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      Sweeping Curve
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      Center Truss
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      Expansion Joint Cover And Drain Scupper
    • 19-S-curve-in-bridge.jpg
      S Curve In Bridge
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      Looking Towards Anacostia River
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      Anacostia River Park Area In DC

    Anacostia West, DC

    Pedestrian Bridge Deck

    The Anacostia River Walk Trails are along both sides of the Anacostia River in Washington, DC. Two pedestrian bridges span railroad tracks to connect the trails in the park area. The bridges have S‐shapes gracefully address the trail layout and minimize the span length over the tracks. The West bridge deck was installed in December 2011 and the bridge opened in April 2012.

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