Location: Route 4, Israel

Em HaMoshavot Bridge is an urban road project in a dense environment, which created new vehicle access to the Tel Aviv metropolitan network. The bridge carries the Em Ha’Moshavot road above Route 4 and the future corridor of the Tel Aviv Subway.

The bridge is 240m long and 23m wide, has five spans and is designed to accommodate the future widening of the roads beneath. The superstructure is made of a segmental, balanced cantilever box girder, with reinforced concrete transverse cantilevers supported by steel struts. The main span is 57m long and the box girder depth is 2.4m

The substructure consists of reinforced concrete 'Y' shaped piers, supported on piled foundations