State makes some progress in repairing run-down bridges
Oklahoma is moving closer to achieving “manageable” bridge conditions, according to a Tulsa World analysis.
About 22 percent of the roughly 23,700 highway bridges in the state are structurally deficient, according to 2011 National Bridge Inventory data.
The analysis comparing the most recent information with data from 2005 shows a significant improvement. Earlier data shows about 30 percent of structures, or nearly 1,700 additional bridges,...
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