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State bridge rankings

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State bridge rankings

  1. 1. © 2015 The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of ARTBA. 2015 Annual Bridge Report Source: U. S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration National Bridge Inventory, 2014 data 2014 Rank 2013 Rank State Number of Bridges Structurally Deficient Bridges % of total 2014 Rank 2013 Rank State Number of Bridges Structurally Deficient Bridges % of total 1 1 Pennsylvania 22,691 5,050 22.3% 1 2 Rhode Island 766 174 22.7% 2 2 Iowa 24,300 5,022 20.7% 2 1 Pennsylvania 22,691 5,050 22.3% 3 3 Oklahoma 23,147 4,216 18.2% 3 3 Iowa 24,300 5,022 20.7% 4 4 Missouri 24,385 3,310 13.6% 4 4 South Dakota 5,872 1,174 20.0% 5 6 Nebraska 15,374 2,654 17.3% 5 5 Oklahoma 23,147 4,216 18.2% 6 5 California 25,406 2,501 9.8% 6 6 Nebraska 15,374 2,654 17.3% 7 7 Kansas 25,085 2,416 9.6% 7 7 North Dakota 4,429 701 15.8% 8 10 Mississippi 17,091 2,275 13.3% 8 8 Maine 2,419 364 15.0% 9 9 Illinois 26,588 2,216 8.3% 9 11 Louisiana 12,982 1,837 14.2% 10 8 North Carolina 18,117 2,199 12.1% 10 12 Missouri 24,385 3,310 13.6% 11 11 Ohio 26,986 2,080 7.7% 11 10 Wyoming 3,127 422 13.5% 12 12 New York 17,456 2,012 11.5% 12 14 West Virginia 7,187 960 13.4% 13 13 Indiana 19,019 1,902 10.0% 13 13 Mississippi 17,091 2,275 13.3% 14 14 Louisiana 12,982 1,837 14.2% 14 9 New Hampshire 2,467 324 13.1% 15 15 Alabama 16,088 1,388 8.6% 15 16 North Carolina 18,117 2,199 12.1% 16 16 Michigan 11,072 1,295 11.7% 16 18 Michigan 11,072 1,295 11.7% 17 20 Wisconsin 14,109 1,212 8.6% 17 17 New York 17,456 2,012 11.5% 18 18 Kentucky 14,194 1,191 8.4% 18 19 South Carolina 9,338 1,031 11.0% 19 19 South Dakota 5,872 1,174 20.0% 19 22 Indiana 19,019 1,902 10.0% 20 17 Texas 52,937 1,127 2.1% 20 20 Alaska 1,544 153 9.9% 21 21 Virginia 13,800 1,120 8.1% 21 21 California 25,406 2,501 9.8% 22 22 Tennessee 20,077 1,083 5.4% 22 23 Kansas 25,085 2,416 9.6% 23 24 South Carolina 9,338 1,031 11.0% 23 26 New Jersey 6,609 621 9.4% 24 25 West Virginia 7,187 960 13.4% 24 25 Idaho 4,431 406 9.2% 25 26 Arkansas 12,806 861 6.7% 25 24 Connecticut 4,218 378 9.0% 26 23 Minnesota 12,961 830 6.4% 26 27 Massachusetts 5,141 459 8.9% 27 27 Georgia 14,795 785 5.3% 27 30 Alabama 16,088 1,388 8.6% 28 28 North Dakota 4,429 701 15.8% 28 33 Wisconsin 14,109 1,212 8.6% 29 29 New Jersey 6,609 621 9.4% 29 29 Kentucky 14,194 1,191 8.4% 30 30 Colorado 8,668 529 6.1% 30 32 Illinois 26,588 2,216 8.3% 31 31 Massachusetts 5,141 459 8.9% 31 31 Virginia 13,800 1,120 8.1% 32 33 Oregon 8,052 439 5.5% 32 35 Ohio 26,986 2,080 7.7% 33 32 Wyoming 3,127 422 13.5% 33 38 Montana 5,251 400 7.6% 34 35 Idaho 4,431 406 9.2% 34 28 Vermont 2,745 206 7.5% 35 36 Montana 5,251 400 7.6% 35 37 New Mexico 3,951 284 7.2% 36 37 Washington 8,120 382 4.7% 36 39 Arkansas 12,806 861 6.7% 37 34 Connecticut 4,218 378 9.0% 37 36 Minnesota 12,961 830 6.4% 38 38 Maine 2,419 364 15.0% 38 42 Colorado 8,668 529 6.1% 39 39 New Hampshire 2,467 324 13.1% 39 41 Maryland 5,305 317 6.0% 40 40 Maryland 5,305 317 6.0% 40 40 Delaware 865 48 5.5% 41 41 New Mexico 3,951 284 7.2% 41 34 District of Columbia 253 14 5.5% 42 44 Arizona 8,035 256 3.2% 42 45 Oregon 8,052 439 5.5% 43 42 Florida 12,137 243 2.0% 43 43 Tennessee 20,077 1,083 5.4% 44 43 Vermont 2,745 206 7.5% 44 15 Hawaii 1,137 61 5.4% 45 45 Rhode Island 766 174 22.7% 45 44 Georgia 14,795 785 5.3% 46 47 Alaska 1,544 153 9.9% 46 46 Washington 8,120 382 4.7% 47 48 Utah 3,014 102 3.4% 47 47 Utah 3,014 102 3.4% 48 46 Hawaii 1,137 61 5.4% 48 48 Arizona 8,035 256 3.2% 49 49 Delaware 865 48 5.5% 49 49 Texas 52,937 1,127 2.1% 50 50 Nevada 1,898 34 1.8% 50 50 Florida 12,137 243 2.0% 51 51 District of Columbia 253 14 5.5% 51 51 Nevada 1,898 34 1.8% TOTAL 608,445 61,064 10.0% TOTAL 608,445 61,064 10.0% 2014 structurally deficient bridges, ranked by total number of deficient bridges 2014 structurally deficient bridges, ranked by deficient bridges as % of inventory

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