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A slender £250,000 three span cable stay cycle bridge was lifted into place over Camp Road St Albans, Hertfordshire, this week. The 33m long structure forms an essential link on the 10km Alban Way cycle route between St Albans and Hatfield, itself part of the Sustrans National Cycle Network. Sussex-based structural engineer Tully De'Ath worked closely with client Groundwork Hertfordshire's in-house architect to develop the landmark lightweight design. The steel tapered arch bridge ...

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