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Across the country, newspapers are asking whether local bridges are safe. Some governors already have ordered reviews. A sampling of the coverage: Denver Post: $300M ...
by | August 3, 2007
 

Across the country, newspapers are asking whether local bridges are safe. Some governors already have ordered reviews. A sampling of the coverage:

Denver Post: $300M needed for Colo. bridges rated "poor"

Wichita Eagle: 21 percent of Kansas bridges are obsolete or deficient

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Could this happen here?

Bridgewater Courier News (N.J.): Corzine orders safety report on state bridges

Chicago Sun-Times: Are we safe?

Dallas Morning News: Officials to examine Texas bridges

Salt Lake Tribune: Utah bridges at risk

Montogomery Advertiser: Alabama's bridges: How safe are they?

Virginian-Pilot: 15 of region's crossings are unsound

Orlando Sentinel: Bridge alert spreads

Josh Goodman
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