May 27 - May 31, 2019

In a recent report conducted by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, just over 47,000 bridges in the United States are classified as structurally deficient or in poor condition. However, the rate at which these bridges are improved is at its lowest point since the Association began monitoring the data. Why do you believe this might be?


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Lack of Funding 43%
All of the Above 14%
Outdated Systems 0%
Worker Shortage 0%
Other (Please respond in the comments). 0%


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Tagged categories: American Road & Trans Builders Assn (ARTBA); Asia Pacific; Bridge cables; Bridge Piles; Condition assessment; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Infrastructure; Latin America; North America; Program/Project Management; Z-Continents

Comment from Peter Kenimer, (5/30/2019, 1:07 PM)

hopefully the $2 Trillion infrastructure budget comes to fruition under Trump. then we can get our roadways safe again!


Comment from T W, (6/7/2019, 8:41 AM)

Not Lack of funding, but inappropriate spending programs.


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