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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Top 10 Roads - 2014 Winners

No. 1 Road

No. 1 - Elizabeth River Crossing

Solid segments among many successes of Elizabeth River Crossing project
No. 2 road

No. 2 - I-405 in Washington

New express toll lanes are one of 150 planned improvements for I-405 in Washington
No. 3 road

No. 3 - Highway 12 Jameson Canyon Road

California highway project reaches completion in spite of juggling act
No. 4 road

No. 4 - South Fraser Perimeter Road

New British Columbia highway takes truck traffic off local roads
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No. 5 - Bagby Street Reconstruction

Urban project balances environment and the needs of a changing demographic
No. 6 Road

No. 6 - Port of Miami Tunnel Project

Called a “pork barrel project” by President Ronald Reaganback in the 1980s, the Port of Miami Tunnel Projecthas proven to be more lean than fat. Originally thoughtto cost over...
No. 7 Road

No. 7 - U.S. 36 Flood Repairs

One of the most powerful fl oods in Colorado history wasfollowed by a rush of success as crews scrambled to getmajor routes back open to traffi c. U.S. 36 was the firstmountain...
No. 8 road

No. 8 - Beach Road Reconstruction

A road that wraps around a place called Million DollarBeach required deep pockets to hold the answers to a varietyof challenges. The Beach Road Reconstruction projectinvolved ...
No. 9 Road

No. 9 - I-65/I-70 South Split Reconstruction

The Split required the removal of 60,800 sq yd of existingasphalt and concrete pavements and 72,000 cu yd of excavation.During the removal phase, an area of soft subgradewas discovered...
No. 10 Road

No. 10 - Alum Creek Drive/Groveport Road Intersection

“The Crossbow” has sharpened the pointed arrow movementsat the Alum Creek/Groveport Road Intersection.This innovative solution preserved the signal (cross) butprohibited side-...