Bridge Related Quotes



“There were people that had been under the bridge there at Interstate 10 for two days, since Monday and they were just dehydrating, there were serious people they were evacuating from the hospitals.”

Chris Eubanks


“In 1954, cars were bigger and repairing these little bridges was a nuisance. The big bridge came down in 1954. That would have been the seventh bridge,”

Nancy Hill


“Something's going to happen in Cornwall on a bridge. Something controversial involving the Natives. The bridge is going to be blocked and this is going to be big, national news.”

Connie Adams


“The people we have in charge of the (county's) Road and Bridge Department are doing an outstanding job. But I remember when commissioners used to go out and drive through their county roads, instead of waiting on a disgruntled resident to call in and complain. That hasn't happened in Precinct 2 in many, many years.”

Clay Harris


“DRPA bridge users are paying the price for the current standoff. At least those who are playing the bond positions correctly can get some of their toll dollars or tax dollars back. For the rest of the folks, let me just add that it is costing you thousands of dollars a day.”

David Kotok


“When the weather was over 90 (degrees) for several days in a row, the bridge deck expands to the point that it can't operate. It's been stuck in the near-closed position. We've been called to cool it down. I won't miss that.”

Dan Burke


My opinion is it's a bridge too far to go to fully autonomous cars.

Elon Musk


“Even from its beginnings, this business was based on love. We help bridge cultural and language barriers, and bring together individuals looking for partners in life.”

Dan Sykes


“I didn't get hit in my nose, more around my eye, and across the bridge of my nose. I didn't feel it in my nose, I felt it in my forehead.”

Carmelo Anthony


“By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April's breeze unfurled, Here once the embattl'd farmers stood, And fired the shot heard round the world”

Ralph Waldo Emerson