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Readers urged to notify magazine of major spans being taken off the structurally deficient list

Bridges News May 02, 2013
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Many state DOTs are now making it a priority to take major bridges off the structurally deficient list.

 

ROADS & BRIDGES magazine would like to run a string of feature stories dedicated to those spans that have been either repaired or replaced—and are no longer considered a travel safety risk.

 

If you know of a major bridge that has been recently taken off the structurally bridge list, or will be soon, please go to http://www.roadsbridges.com/structurally-deficient-bridges. Filling out the form takes just a few minutes, and it could lead to the group of contractors, engineers and DOT officials behind the project receiving the kudos they deserve.

 

Please direct any questions about this program to Bill Wilson, Editorial Director, at bwilson@sgcmail.com.

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