Roads & Bridges' Top 10 Roads awards

Roads & Bridges' Top 10 Roads awards, created in 2000, recognize the top projects in North America. Each year, nominations are submitted to the R&B editorial staff, which determines the Top 10 list based on project challenges, impact to region and scope of work.

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Position 6 Winners

Position 6

NO. 6 ROAD: When a Plan Comes Together

An all-star team used strategy and innovation to deliver in Texas

NO. 6: Chelsea: U.S. 1 NB/SB Viaduct Rehabilitation

This project was challenging. Faced with an aging inventory of structures, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation Highway Division partnered with HNTB to tackle a long...

NO. 6: I-94 North-South Freeway Project

In 2017 the Wisconsin DOT faced new business developments along the I-94 North-South corridor including an Amazon warehouse and distribution facility, Uline corporate headquarters...

No. 6 - S.R. 93 (I-75) Improvements

In the state of Florida, there are three primary hurricane evacuation routes—I-4, I-95, and I-75. Running from Alligator Alley—the Naples/Ft. Myers region—all the way up to the...

No. 6 - Weld County Road 49 Design-Build

Serving as one of the only major connections to Denver and the surrounding areas, Weld County Road 49 is a crucial farm-to-market corridor for the agricultural industry, and is...

No. 6 - I-81 and Navy Way Road Extension

One of the largest capacity projects in Pennsylvania, the I-81/Navy Way Road project combined two access points on I-81’s NB and SB lanes into one; installed three multilane roundabouts...

No. 6 - I-15, "The Point"

What Utahans know as “The Point” is more or less the only significant route into and out of the Salt Lake Valley region and is thus perhaps the most crucial corridor in the entire...

No. 6 - Highway 63

Nobody wants to drive off a cliff, or drive past an unstable one, either. The Highway 63 job went through the downtown area, over the Athabasca River and between the Athabasca...
No. 6 Road

No. 6 - Port of Miami Tunnel Project

Called a “pork barrel project” by President Ronald Reagan back in the 1980s, the Port of Miami Tunnel Project has proven to be more lean than fat. Originally thought to cost over...

2013 Top 10 Roads - No. 6

Project: I-79 Meadow lands interchangeLocation: Washington County, Pa.Cost: $23 millionLength: 1.42 milesDesigner: Gannett Fleming Inc.Contractor: Swank Associated Cos. Inc.Owner...