Are America's Bridges Really Crumbling?

by Cato Institute on Nov 12, 2013 | Views: 113 | Score: 1
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Cato Institute on Nov 12, 2013 1:25 PM said:

While it is a popular idea that bridges are crumbling in the United States, in reality the percentage of bridges that are structurally deficient has been declining. In 2012, 66,749 of the nation's 607,380 bridges were structurally deficient, down from 124,072 out of 572,629 bridges in 1992.