At least 15 percent of the bridges in eight states--Rhode Island (23 percent), Pennsylvania (22 percent), Iowa (21 percent), South Dakota (20 percent), Oklahoma (18 percent), Nebraska (17 percent), North Dakota (16 percent), and Maine (15 percent)--fall in the structurally
State specific bridge information from the analysis-including rankings and location lists of the 250 most heavily travelled structurally
deficient bridges in the nation and top five most heavily travelled in each state-is available at www.
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diverse environmental chemicals.
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Department of Transportation to identify all structurally
deficient federally funded bridges and prioritize replacement or rehabilitation needs and costs.
Alison Premo Black, shows cars, trucks and school buses cross Arizona's 256 structurally
compromised bridges 1.
deficient and functionally obsolete bridges are safe for travel and monitored regularly.
deficient designation does not mean the bridge is unsafe for use, but that it has problems to address and requires more frequent inspections, according to the report.
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One in nine Massachusetts bridges is structurally
deficient and needs repairs, according to a new study released yesterday.
The initiative would provide dedicated funding to states to repair, rehabilitate and replace structurally
deficient bridges on the National Highway System (NHS).
Mullions are 4m high laminated glass fins, structurally
bonded to aluminium frames.