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Analysis rates structurally deficient bridges by Congressional district
Transit Labs, a transportation system analysis firm, has ranked bridge conditions across the U.S. by congressional district, the results of ...
Georgia drivers pay extra $8 billion annually due to deficient roads TRIP report finds
Deficient roads in Georgia costs the state’s motorists nearly $8 billion in additional vehicle operating costs and expenses related to safety ...
Deficient roads and bridges cost Iowa drivers an extra $2 billion each year
Twenty-seven percent of Iowa’s major urban roads and highways are in poor condition, and 21 percent of the state’s bridges are ...
Poor roadways cost Connecticut drivers $4.2 billion annually
Deficient roads and bridges cost Connecticut drivers a total of $4.2 billion statewide annually, and as much as $1,900 per driver in some ...
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How Nevada maintains the lowest number of deficient bridges in the U.S.
Nevada has the lowest number of deficient bridges in the nation, according to recent Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) data. The data ...
The State of the Nation’s Bridges
Our exclusive survey of bridge conditions in the United States shows that every year the percentage of overall structurally deficient ...
25% of U.S. bridges declared deficient in 2012
According to a report from our sister site Better Roads, 25 percent, or 151,845 of all U.S. bridges were classified ...
25 percent of U.S. bridges classified as deficient in 2012
Of the 607,380 bridges on U.S. roadways in 2012, 25 percent were classified as deficient, according to the U.S. Government ...
Better Bridges 2012 Bridge Inventory
Getting Better all the Time America’s structurally deficient and functionally obsolete bridge count slowly, steadily falling By Tina Grady Barbaccia They aren’t numbers ...
Financial District: Fix it first
Ribbon-cutting congressman and special interests linked to collapsing transportation infrastructure in new report. By John Latta Instead of “build baby build”, a ...
VIDEO: Massive earthmover tire explosion shows why you should cage 'em before you inflate 'em
Cummins hit with $60M lawsuit by FCA over defective emissions system in Ram pickups
U.S. highways are shifting to alternative interchange designs
VIDEO: Crews demo century-old Virginia St. Bridge, construct and move new one into place (Time-lapse)
GMC unveils 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X, its most powerful off-roader yet thanks to new 6.6L Duramax
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by Wayne Grayson
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