Iconic Bridges in Trouble: Is There One In Your Town?

By ABC News

Mar 15, 2013 6:03pm

According to an analysis of the 2012 National Bridge Inventory by Transportation for America, a non-profit advocacy group, the following bridges have been designated as “structurally deficient,” meaning they require significant maintenance, rehabilitation or replacement.

Is there one in your town? For the full list, click here.

Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Average daily traffic:  140,000

 

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Note: We have removed the Coronado Bridge from this list. The California Department of Transportation reports that the Coronado Bridge is no longer structurally deficient.

 

North LaSalle Street Bridge in Chicago. Average daily traffic:  12,450

 

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Steel Bridge in PortlandOre. Average daily traffic:  24,216

 

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Longfellow Bridge in Boston. Average daily traffic: 44,000

 

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