With the latest release of InfraWorks you can now take advantage of more features when you send a bridge to Revit for detailed design. First, when you initially create a Revit model of a bridge, you are able to choose a Revit template, including any custom templates that you may like to work with. Also, if something changes in InfraWorks, you can now send those changes to the previously created Revit model rather than creating a new one. Generally speaking, the bridge in InfraWorks and the Revit model of the bridge are linked, allowing for better interoperability.
Why is this change important? It enables a more efficient flow of data as things change within a project.