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Depending on your state, you could look up your D.O.T. website they usually have a bridge manual you should follow.  But having AASHTO is also essential.  Type of Bridge, deck slab, PPC, steel, etc....
 
 
On 3/4/08, Chuck Utzman <chuckuc(--nospam--at)pacbell.net> wrote:
I have a small residential bridge to design & I don't have an ASHTO
manual. Can anyone help me out with the design criteria (or tell me
which manual I need).
Thanks,
Chuck Utzman, P.E.

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