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the texas department of transportation (txdot) is required to monitor and maintain the engineering and design of texas’ highways and bridges. the department of transportation is required to ensure that bridges and highway projects are built and maintained in compliance with the rules set forth in the department of transportation’s engineering manual for highway bridges (the manual) and the manual for highway construction (the manual for construction). to comply with the rules, txdot plans, designs and maintains bridges, including engineering, inspection, traffic safety, and maintenance. (texas has not adopted the manual for construction, but our department is considering it.)
bridges are divided into four classes, based on the type of construction and the cost of a replacement. class i bridges are the most common, composed of steel beams and other steel-reinforced concrete. they are the least expensive to replace and are typically found in rural areas. class ii bridges are composed of reinforced concrete and steel. they are also less expensive to replace than class i bridges, but are more expensive than class iii and iv bridges. class iii bridges are composed of reinforced concrete, steel, and reinforced fiber concrete. they are generally built in cities, towns, and rural areas, but not in places where there are no roadways, railroads, navigable streams, or floodways. class iv bridges are composed of reinforced concrete, reinforced steel, and reinforced fiber concrete and are the most expensive to replace. they are built in areas where there is a large number of bridge crossings, and are used in urban areas with limited access to railroad or waterways. these bridges are also more expensive to replace than the other three classes of bridges.