Colorado county faces serious structural problems with 22% of bridges

08/24/2008 | Fort Collins Coloradoan (Colo.)

Nearly a quarter of the bridges in Colorado's Larimer County have serious structural flaws, according to state and federal records. The problems illustration the challenges that state and local governments throughout the U.S. have with maintaining their bridges. Colorado officials estimate that repairing the state-owned bridges would cost almost $900 million.

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