Economic Impact Analysis of Bridge Construction

@article{Yavuz2017EconomicIA,
  title={Economic Impact Analysis of Bridge Construction},
  author={Funda Yavuz and Upul Attanayake and Haluk Aktan},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={2017},
  volume={2630},
  pages={102 - 95}
}
Traffic disruption from bridge construction has been reduced to several hours through the development of methods characterized as accelerated bridge construction. Associated risks and additional activities involved in the accelerated construction increase initial project cost. This additional cost is offset by the benefits of reduced mobility impact time. Traditionally, the savings in user cost from reduced mobility impact time are used to justify the additional cost of accelerated construction… 

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