November 18 - November 22, 2019

In October, two members of the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a program that aims to reestablish the federal Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program, which would provide federal grant money to states in need of bridge repairs or replacements found by the Federal Highway Administration. Do you believe this can help save some of the country’s most structurally deficient bridges?

Answers Votes
Yes. 89%
No. 8%
Other (Please respond in the comments). 3%

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Funding; Government; Grants; Infrastructure; Latin America; North America; Rehabilitation/Repair; Z-Continents

Comment from Robert Dahlstrom, (11/18/2019, 10:38 AM)

It may help and it is better than nothing. If it is additional funding not deducted from funding provided by the Federal Highway Administration or any DOT or other sources it is a very good thing.

Comment from Kalpesh Patel, (11/19/2019, 10:56 AM)

Definitely right repair at right time will extend the life of bridge. Most detrimental condition for bridges is rusting, which is not avoidable but can be delayed by cleaning, repairing and coating.

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