A Sensitive Skyway:  Building bridges that can troubleshoot themselves
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A Sensitive Skyway: Building bridges that can troubleshoot themselves

Most of the civil infrastructure of America is half a century old, and memories of the actual building of the Interstate Highway System have faded away. Are we doomed to a nationwide crumble? How are today’s roads and bridges designed to last for the next 65 years? 100? 200? Plugged-In reporter, David Davis, explores the largest transportation project in the history of Ohio - the Veteran’s Glass City Skyway Bridge - from construction design to a view from the top.

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