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TRIP: Poor road and bridge conditions cost Wisconsin drivers $6 billion annually
ARTBA analysis of U.S. bridges shows number of structural deficient bridges decreased in 2015
TRIP report shows 38% of major NY roads in poor condition; costing drivers $24.9 billion a year
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TRIP’s Tennessee report finds 11 percent of urban roads in poor condition, cost state’s drivers $5.6 billion per year
Federal study on bridge conditions shows improvements made in last 10 years
TRIP report finds road and bridge conditions cost Connecticut drivers $5.1 billion
Oklahoma DOT looks to Caltrans for bridge assessment advice
TRIP report finds Montana’s highways, bridges ‘increasingly deteriorated and crowded’
More from the Bridge Inventory: Top 5 States with the Best and Worst Bridges
SNEAK PEEK at the 2013 Bridge Inventory: What causes the most damage to bridges?
Despite stimulus, U.S. transportation system continues to deteriorate
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