Bridges in the UK can be assessed (to standard BA34/90) using an HB vehicle (to standard BD37/01). The HB vehicle is 16 wheel loads, each of 2.5kN times "units".
For concrete bridges the number of units is normally defined as 45 units at Ultimate Limit State (ULS) and 0 units at Serviceability Limit State (SLS); although the number of units for SLS is 30 if the bridge spans transversely. Reference: BS5400-4:1990 Clause 4.2.2 as modified by BD24/92.
For steel bridges there doesn't seem to be an equivalent clause. So how many units should be used at ULS, and how many at SLS?