Things are really rocking at the Bentley Be Inspired Awards at the 2015 Year in Infrastructure conference.
As finalists present their entries in the awards competition, each is critiqued by a panel of industry experts. One particular presentation featured a new motorway in Stockholm, Sweden, which will see 6.5 million cubic meters of rock displaced.
Building a Better Highway
When Stockholm was founded over seven centuries ago, waterways were the main method of transportation. Nowadays, those waterways bottleneck the majority of motor traffic onto bridges and highways that are now too small.
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