Roads & Bridges

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Roads & Bridges
Roads & Bridges magazine cover.jpg
Typebusiness magazine
FormatPaper and online magazine
Owner(s)Scranton Gillette Communications
HeadquartersArlington Heights, Illinois, USA
WebsiteRoads & Bridges

Roads & Bridges magazine is a 107-year-old trade publication serving construction and maintenance professionals, as well as heavy equipment manufacturers. The magazine was created by Scranton Gillette Communications in 1906. It provides industry news, information on relevant equipment and safety recommendations[1] and has been cited in studies of American infrastructure.[2][3][4] Roads & Bridges works with associations such as AASHTO, AEM, ESWP[5] and Artba. Content is distributed through print, online, live events, custom media and webinars.

Roads & Bridges presents multiple annual awards[6] and produces yearly Top 10 Roads[7] & Top 10 Bridges[8] Lists.[9] As of July 2013, Roads & Bridges had 61,000 subscribers for its print edition.


  1. ^ Osif, Bonnie A. (2012). Using the Engineering Literature. CRC Press. p. 515. ISBN 9781439850022.
  2. ^ Hannon, John J. (2007). Emerging Technologies for Construction Delivery. Transportation Research Board. p. 106. ISBN 9780309097918.
  3. ^ Public Benefits of Highway System Preservation And Maintenance. Transportation Research Board. 2004. p. 32. ISBN 9780309070072.
  4. ^ Transit Research Abstracts. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. 1995. pp. 17, 362.
  5. ^ "Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania Brochure" (PDF). Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania. Retrieved August 26, 2013.
  6. ^ Business Wire. "HCSS Awarded Three Roads and Bridges Contractors' Choice Awards". Virtualization Journal. Retrieved July 15, 2013.
  7. ^ "Top 10 Roads". Roads & Bridges. Retrieved July 15, 2013.
  8. ^ "Top 10 Bridges". Roads & Bridges. Retrieved July 15, 2013.
  9. ^ "Washington, DC Bridge No.1 on "Roads & Bridges" 2012 Top Bridges List". The District of Columbia: District Department of Transportation. Retrieved July 15, 2013.

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