Recent Examples of viaduct from the Web
The project will close lanes and ramps at various times (mostly night work) on Interstate 5 from OR 217 interchange to just south of Iowa Street viaduct in Southwest Portland.
Current projections have the new viaduct being completed by 2027.
There have been two fires under the Ballard Bridge, one in 2013 and one in 2016, according to SDOT, as well as at least nine other fires under bridges and viaducts around Seattle since 2004.
The project will close lanes and ramps on Interstate 5 from OR 217 interchange to just south of Iowa Street viaduct in Southwest Portland.
Truck doesn't fit under Third Street viaduct but tries anyway, losing his top.
New details of the plan include the creation of a skate park and climbing wall in the viaduct under the Kennedy Expressway east of The 606, as well as a splash pool, sledding hill and dog park.
Here in cities like Fresno and Madera more than a dozen bridges and viaducts are being built for the nation’s first and only high-speed rail line.
Flooding occurs at 34 viaducts in some areas with as little as 2 inches of rain.
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Origin and Etymology of viaduct
First Known Use: 1816See Words from the same year
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Definition of viaduct for English Language Learners
: a long, high bridge that carries a road or railroad over something (such as a valley)
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