Martinsons narrow road bridges were developed specifically for low-traffic road networks. This type of bridge facilitates access to, for example, forest plantations or other minor roads in a simple and efficient way. It is also an environmentally-friendly alternative to steel or concrete underpasses.

Narrow road bridges can be built at extremely short notice and at a highly competitive price. By improving access to a forest plantation, you can also improve your prospects of achieving the highest possible price for timber extraction. The design of the bridges also makes them an environmentally friendly alternative as you can keep the shoreline of, for example, a stream that is crossed.

Martinsons narrow road bridges are divided into two main types of bridge that can be modified and adapted according to customer requirements and needs.

The more advanced TL 80 is designed for full traffic loads, surfaced with gravel or asphalt and fitted with railings made of wood or steel with a service life of 80 years.

The standard version, TL 40, is designed for forestry machinery and timber-transporting vehicles, without railings and with a service life of 40 years.


Key project, TL 80

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Blåbergsbäcken

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Parakka

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Röjdtjärnsbäcken

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Stenvattsbäcken

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Strömbäcken

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Key project, TL 40

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Borrån

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Botvasslan

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Gårdsjöån

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Gäddede

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Lycksele

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