Study: 58,000 U.S. bridges found to be ‘structurally deficient’

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A study by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) concluded that of the 609,539 bridges across the United States, 58,495 bridges, a span of 1,340 miles, are structurally deficient. The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates the repair and replacement of these bridges would cost $115 billion, and may take 21 years to complete based on the current funding levels.

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