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http://www.kurumi.com/

Java game involving road-building.

http://www.ratetheroads.com/

A guide for conditions of facilities as rated by website visitors.

http://wwtl.info/

Covers North America (primarily the Western U.S.), Asia and western Europe.

http://www.transurban.com/

Manages and develops urban toll road networks in Australia and the USA.

http://www.catsynth.com/

Contains commentary and information about various routes.

http://www.nhai.org/

Official site. Includes news, maps, and road network information.

http://www.mapsofindia.com/

Information about India's national highways.

http://www.lotsberg.net/

The longest road and rail tunnels in the world, grouped by categories such as sub-sea tunnels and immersed tubes.

http://www.bridgemeister.com/

A collection of photographs of facilities and a large worldwide inventory of suspension bridges.

http://www.partnershipborderstudy.com/

Details a study to build another national border crossing near the Detroit-Windsor area.

http://www.tibridge.com/

Maintains the bridge system connecting New, York, U.S., to Ontario, Canada. Wait time information, contact information, bridge facts, and tourist information.

http://www.ambassadorbridge.com/

Official information on this connection between Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

http://www.sibc.ca/

Operates the international toll bridge system linking Cornwall, Ontario, Akwesasne and Massena, New York. Discusses changes to structures, roads and buildings used by customs and immigration agencies.

http://www.historicbridges.org/

Contains photographs and historic backgrounds of old facilities in the Great Lakes region. Includes in-depth articles about types in general.

http://www.niagarafallsbridges.com/

Maintains three bridges across the Niagara River between New York, U.S., and Ontario, Canada. Overviews, traffic statistics, and toll information.

http://www.johnweeks.com/

Highlights each facility and includes some photographs.

http://www.dwtunnel.com/

Official site for the structure connecting Ontario to Michigan, U.S.

http://www.federalbridge.ca/

Information on Canadian government-owned structures.

http://www.confederationbridge.com/

The Northumberland Strait Bridge linking New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.

http://www.cbbt.com/

Official site of the facility connecting Southeastern Virginia to the Virginia portion of the Delmarva Peninsula. Site includes statistics, toll information, and restaurant/gift shop information.

http://www.bizave.com/

Photos and descriptions of Portland, Oregon's wide variety of river bridges.

http://www.kyinbridges.com/

Project to build and upgrade cross-river facilities in the Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana areas. News, maps, and contact information.

http://historicbridgefoundation.com/

A national advocacy organization for the preservation of historic bridges in the United States.

http://bridgehunter.com/

Database which also contains news and images.

http://www.greenvillebridge.com/

Information about the new cable-stayed span over the Mississippi River from Arkansas to Mississippi, including project updates, historical information about the current and new bridges, and a live webcam.

http://www.bridgestunnels.com/

Focuses on the East Central region. Includes forum.

http://www.brentspencebridgecorridor.com/

Project to rehabilitate or replace this structure which carries Interstates 71 and 75 over the Ohio River at Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. Maps of planned alternatives, and feedback page.

http://oldohiobridges.com/

Provides a list of the locations of the remaining vehicular iron and steel truss structures erected in the state before 1920.

http://pghbridges.com/

A listing of the structures. Includes histories and photographs.

http://dcdbc.com/

Official website of one of the few privately owned bridges left in America. History, photos, tolls, and directions. New Jersey.