Damage to bridges and structures
3. Types of bridges and structures
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We currently look after 656 structures across Stockport:
- 93 road bridges
- 146 footbridges
- 288 retaining walls
- 103 culverts
- 17 subways
- 8 sign and signal gantries
- 1 tunnel
A structure with a span of 1.5m or more spanning and providing passage over an obstacle. For example:
A structure with a span of 1.5m or more spanning and providing passage over an obstacle, where the main function is to carry pedestrian traffic only. For example:
- pedestrian cycleways
A drainage structure with a span of 1.5m or more passing beneath a highway embankment that has a proportion of the embankment, rather than a bridge deck, between its uppermost point and the road running courses. Culverts are normally rectangular or circular in cross section.
A wall associated with the highway where the dominant function is to act as a retaining structure, and with a minimum retained height of 1.35m
A structure spanning the highway, the primary function of which is to support traffic signs and signalling equipment.
A flight of stairs leading up or down from the highway, footway or park land.
A bridge providing passage under a road for use by pedestrians.
A tunnel with an enclosed length of 150m or more through which a road passes.