ice bridge

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ice bridge

[′īs ‚brij]
(oceanography)
Surface river ice of sufficient thickness to impede or prevent navigation.
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In 2016, Leary received a $116,000 safety grant from the Federal Highways Administration and is compiling a report on the ice road called "Arrive Alive--a Tribal Transportation Safety Project.
Ice Road Truckers follows truckers who take supplies across frozen lakes.
He said: "I always wanted to be in the Army when I was younger but never expected to be ice road trucking even after it came on the TV.
A North Bay mining supplier will be making huge inroads on Western Canadian ice roads this winter after landing contracts to supply ventilation ducting to two mining operations.
Ex-gunner Brett Colley, from Bewdley, Worcestershire, was such a fan of the reality programme he moved to Alberta, Canada, 18 months ago to fulfil an ambition to drive along the treacherous ice roads.
ICE ROAD TRUCKERS: DEADLIEST ROADS Channel 5, 7pm While Ice Road Truckers is mostly dominated by testosterone, this week, it's all about the females - Betty and Mathilda to be precise.
35 ICE ROAD TRUCKERS: DEADLIEST ROADS Tim and Tino challenge Hugh to a race.
From there it will be delivered to site via the 320 kilometre long ice road which is constructed annually.
Ice Road Truckers follows those who brave the ice-covered mountainous terrain known as the Dalton Highway, the most dangerous road in North America.
via email IT'S clear from Kevin Ritchie's rant about artics that he hasn't watched Ice Road Truckers.
The team had to ship camp materials and a drill rig to Pevek, then use helicopters or trucks running along an ice road that ended 90 kilometers short of the lake.
Hugh Rowland is the star of Ice Road Truckers, a popular History show: here his book shares his story on how he began his business and how he survived many Arctic mishaps.