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History of bridge projects
Bridge projects for the most part involve the following: new bridge construction work designed to enhance the lives of residents and improve the road network; bridge replacement and reconstruction work to replace old and damaged bridges, widen narrow bridges, help prevent flooding, and achieve other aims; environmental deliberations that take into account a bridge's history and the local culture, landscape, and aesthetics as part of broader efforts to offer harmonious elements; and bridge maintenance and management work entailing the inspection, maintenance, and reinforcement of bridges to ensure that they remain in excellent condition.
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