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Compression arch suspended-deck bridge

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  1. is a bridge made from modern materials such as steel or reinforced concrete in which a compression arch rises above the deck

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  2. In some locations it is not practical to support the arch from beneath during construction

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  3. Cables connect the deck to the arch

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  4. One of the most famous bridges of this type is the Hell Gate Bridge in New York City

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  5. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, in Australia, is very similar

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