The American Road and Transportation Builders Association have determined that there are more than 54,000 bridges in the United States which Americans travel over every day that are "structurally deficient".

The report published at Artbabridgereport.org gives the condition of bridges in each state. I'll bet you or someone you know travels over one of these bridges daily. Let's take a look at the most traveled bridges that are considered in bad condition:

Fairfield County:

  • Yankee Doodle Bridge
  • Interstate I91 over the Amtrak Railroad
  • Interstate I95 over Route 33
  • I-95 and the ramps over MNRR & Local Roads
  • Route 15 over the Saugatuck River
  • Route 8 over the Housatonic River at Rt 110

New Haven County:

  • Interstate-95 over the Metro North Railroad
  • Interstate-91 over the Amtrak Railroad
  • Interstate 91 over North Front Street & the Quinn River
  • Interstate-84 over the Mad River
  • Interstate-95 over US Route 1
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over I-84 Westbound, Route 8 at the Naugatuck River
  • Interstate-84 Westbound over Route 8 at the Naugatuck River

Hartford County:

  • Interstate-84 over Market Street & I-91 Northbound
  • Interstate-84 Westbound over the Amtrak Railroad & Local Roads
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over the Amtrak Railroad & Local Roads
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over Broad Street at the I-84 Ramp to 191
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over the Amtrak Railroad towards local roads and parking
  • Interstate-84 Westbound over Amtrak Railroad towards local roads and parking
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over New Park Avenue at the Amtrak Railroad Route 504
  • Interstate-84 Eastbound over Route 15
  • Interstate-91 Northbound over the Park River & the Railroad

New London County:

  • Interstate-95 over Route 161
  • Interstate 95 Northbound over the Thames River, the Railroad and local roads

Middlesex County:

  • Route 9 over the P&W Railroad & Union Street

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