pony truss


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pony truss

[′pō·nē ‚trəs]
(civil engineering)
A truss too low to permit overhead braces.
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The new bridge replaced a one-lane pony truss with a four-ton load limit on an inadequate alignment.
This Pratt Pony Truss bridge was originally built in 1889 and reconstructed in 1934.
This project involves the rehabilitation of the existing pony truss bridge on Hoovers Mill Road over Owens Creek.