underbridge

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underbridge

(ˈʌndəˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Civil Engineering) a bridge underneath a railway or road
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The rains, which have been lashing the city since Sunday, have also flooded underbridges and roads, disrupting traffic.
"The MOU with states is only repackaging, with some changes, of earlier participative models and practice to provide connectivity to ports, miners and industrial hubs, besides building new railway overbridges and underbridges and for new manufacturing facilities," says former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal.
NORTH Delhi residents can look forward to six new railway underbridges, six new parking facilities, more community halls, well- maintained park, clean toilets, better infrastructure and new outdoor advertisement policy to enhance the aesthetics of North Delhi.
As a precursor to extending the railway a further two miles northwards to the Worcestershire town of Broadway, five underbridges that had seen little or no maintenance since 1976 needed to be refurbished to ensure that trains could once again be carried safely.
1,785 crore for the construction of road underbridges and overbridges.
Gowda said he had provided Rs1,785 crore for road overbridges and underbridges as part of efforts to improve safety.
Dikshit further said that her government has been concentrating on providing roads, flyovers, underpasses, underbridges, etc.
But work on many of the 16 multi-level automatic parking sites and 17 railway overbridges and underbridges supposed to get completed before the Games, is yet to begin.
There are 50 structures along the length of the road, including 17 overbridges, 11 underbridges, and two footbridges.
Police had a tough time during the day, as several arterial roads, subways and underbridges were waterlogged, slowing traffic.