N.D. has high rate of bridge concerns: Deficiency data ranks state as 7th worst rate among states
FARGO – More than 99,000 times a day, vehicles cross one of the 726 bridges in North Dakota that have at least one key structural element that’s in poor condition or worse.
That’s according to a new report from a construction industry group, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, that says 16 percent of North Dakota’s 4,439 bridges are structurally compromised – the seventh-highest percentage among U.S. states.
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