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It was one of the longest and most expensive projects in recent Californian memory, but the San Francisco-Oakland Bridge finally reopened in 2013, ready for the next earthquake. It took nearly a decade at a cost of about $6.4 billion to fix and strengthen the massive structure after it was damaged by the Loma Pietra earthquake of 1989. It had one span replaced and the other retrofitted in order to be able to resist tremours of the same magnitude. Facilitating the passage of tens of millions of vehicles every year, it is one of the busiest bridges in the United States.

    
REPORTAGE  24/08/2018
 
THE BAY BRIDGE: READY FOR THE NEXT CHALLENGE
 

The bridge across the San Francisco Bay is rebuilt and retrofitted for the next seismic event

 

    
REPORTAGE  24/08/2018
 
THE LAST FLIGHT FROM PAN AM’S HISTORIC TERMINAL 3
 

Terminal 3 at J.F.K. airport was a symbol of aviation’s golden age for the entire world

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