Portable Bridges Or Mats

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  • Portable bridges are good for skidding and occasional trucking activities.
  • Mats allow fish passage and minimize impact to the stream and water quality.
  • Some designs are easy to install (skidders).

DISADVANTAGES

  • Mats are relatively expensive.
  • Portable bridges have a limited span capacity.

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