What makes a bridge a viaduct?

What makes a bridge a viaduct?

Viaduct, type of long bridge or series of bridges, usually supported by a series of arches or on spans between tall towers. The purpose of a viaduct is to carry a road or railway over water, a valley, or another road.

What is a Vidock?

Vidock. Particularily in the mid-west United States viaduct or overpass is also called a vidock. Most likely a mispronunciation of viaduct that just caught on. The following link is a person describing directions.

What makes a viaduct?

A viaduct usually refers to long bridges or series of bridges connected to one another by arch bridge structures that carries a road or a railway across a valley or a gorge. Viaducts mainly connect two points of the terrain which are similar in height in order to carry mostly rail and road traffic.

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