Difference Between Bridge And Culvert
The cross drainage structure which is constructed for carrying road or railway across natural drainage or compression is called bridge.
The Bridge has a total span up to 6m is called culvert.
|All bridges are not culverts.||All culverts are bridges.|
|It is constructed where a drain or depression of any width crosses the roadway or railway.||It is constructed where a small drain or depression crosses the roadway or railway.|
|It may consist of the elaborate superstructure.||It consists of a minor structure.|
|Large bridges are generally made of R.C.C steel, pre-stressed concrete.||Culverts are generally made of brick or stone masonry, plain or reinforced concrete, Hume pipe.|