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1016. Bridge Inventory--Non-Deficient and Deficient

[Based on the National Bridge Inventory program]

 
Deficient and obsolete
Post Structurally Functionally
State Office 5-DIGIT 2-DIGIT Number deficient obsolete
Abbrev- FIPS FIPS of Total
iation bridges number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
 
    U.S. total, 1998 US 00000 00 583,414 172,686 29.6 93,119 16.0 79,567 13.6
 
Alabama AL 01000 01 15,591 4,965 31.8 2,767 17.7 2,198 14.1
Alaska AK 02000 02 1,368 396 28.9 157 11.5 239 17.5
Arizona AZ 04000 04 6,713 660 9.8 203 3.0 457 6.8
Arkansas AR 05000 05 12,523 3,320 26.5 1,653 13.2 1,667 13.3
California CA 06000 06 23,267 6,309 27.1 1,462 6.3 4,847 20.8
Colorado CO 08000 08 7,882 1,477 18.7 655 8.3 822 10.4
Connecticut CT 09000 09 4,146 1,198 28.9 374 9.0 824 19.9
Delaware DE 10000 10 799 149 18.6 65 8.1 84 10.5
District of Columbia DC 11000 11 246 169 68.7 41 16.7 128 52.0
Florida FL 12000 12 11,028 2,330 21.1 306 2.8 2,024 18.4
Georgia GA 13000 13 14,339 3,935 27.4 1,964 13.7 1,971 13.7
Hawaii HI 15000 15 1,060 541 51.0 127 12.0 414 39.1
Idaho ID 16000 16 4,035 783 19.4 338 8.4 445 11.0
Illinois IL 17000 17 25,267 5,439 21.5 3,373 13.3 2,066 8.2
Indiana IN 18000 18 17,908 4,562 25.5 2,560 14.3 2,002 11.2
Iowa IA 19000 19 24,735 7,027 28.4 4,711 19.0 2,316 9.4
Kansas KS 20000 20 25,962 7,294 28.1 3,760 14.5 3,534 13.6
Kentucky KY 21000 21 13,273 4,149 31.3 1,273 9.6 2,876 21.7
Louisiana LA 22000 22 13,515 4,934 36.5 2,769 20.5 2,165 16.0
Maine ME 23000 23 2,354 872 37.0 412 17.5 460 19.5
Maryland MD 24000 24 4,814 1,424 29.6 462 9.6 962 20.0
Massachusetts MA 25000 25 4,974 2,467 49.6 661 13.3 1,806 36.3
Michigan MI 26000 26 10,631 3,490 32.8 2,059 19.4 1,431 13.5
Minnesota MN 27000 27 12,614 2,264 17.9 1,522 12.1 742 5.9
Mississippi MS 28000 28 16,656 5,574 33.5 4,163 25.0 1,411 8.5
Missouri MO 29000 29 22,856 9,458 41.4 6,920 30.3 2,538 11.1
Montana MT 30000 30 5,000 1,154 23.1 574 11.5 580 11.6
Nebraska NE 31000 31 15,541 4,727 30.4 2,850 18.3 1,877 12.1
Nevada NV 32000 32 1,307 224 17.1 73 5.6 151 11.6
New Hampshire NH 33000 33 2,339 825 35.3 414 17.7 411 17.6
New Jersey NJ 34000 34 6,317 2,476 39.2 1,075 17.0 1,401 22.2
New Mexico NM 35000 35 3,647 670 18.4 294 8.1 376 10.3
New York NY 36000 36 17,282 8,928 51.7 6,684 38.7 2,244 13.0
North Carolina NC 37000 37 16,493 5,512 33.4 2,826 17.1 2,686 16.3
North Dakota ND 38000 38 4,568 1,244 27.2 954 20.9 290 6.3
Ohio OH 39000 39 27,832 7,538 27.1 3,799 13.6 3,739 13.4
Oklahoma OK 40000 40 22,827 9,466 41.5 8,014 35.1 1,452 6.4
Oregon OR 41000 41 7,215 1,617 22.4 395 5.5 1,222 16.9
Pennsylvania PA 42000 42 21,956 9,158 41.7 5,510 25.1 3,648 16.6
Rhode Island RI 44000 44 751 366 48.7 182 24.2 184 24.5
South Carolina SC 45000 45 9,039 1,913 21.2 1,044 11.5 869 9.6
South Dakota SD 46000 46 6,055 1,561 25.8 1,154 19.1 407 6.7
Tennessee TN 47000 47 19,122 4,878 25.5 2,109 11.0 2,769 14.5
Texas TX 48000 48 47,173 10,592 22.5 3,812 8.1 6,780 14.4
Utah UT 49000 49 2,692 579 21.5 325 12.1 254 9.4
Vermont VT 50000 50 2,697 1,028 38.1 578 21.4 450 16.7
Virginia VA 51000 51 12,584 3,690 29.3 1,254 10.0 2,436 19.4
Washington WA 53000 53 7,440 1,933 26.0 513 6.9 1,420 19.1
West Virginia WV 54000 54 6,640 2,853 43.0 1,352 20.4 1,501 22.6
Wisconsin WI 55000 55 13,326 2,939 22.1 1,950 14.6 989 7.4
Wyoming WY 56000 56 3,024 662 21.9 405 13.4 257 8.5


Source: U.S. Federal Highway Administration, Office of Technology, .

http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/////////bridge/index.htm National Bridge Inventory

Bridge condition data are obtained from the National Bridge Inventory (NBI), which includes all bridges that are covered by the National Bridge Inspection Standards and are located on a public road. Generally, each bridge is inspected at least once every 2 years, although bridges with higher risks of engineering problems are inspected more frequently, and certain low-risk bridges get less frequent inspections. All bridge information is verified for completeness, consistency and adherence to reporting guidelines.



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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