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This Is the State With the Most Dangerous Bridges

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45. Georgia
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 2.1%
>Number of bridges: 14,987

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44. Vermont
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 2.4%
>Number of bridges: 2,836

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43. Florida
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 3.6%
>Number of bridges: 12,680

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42. Alabama
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 3.6%
>Number of bridges: 16,164

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41. Virginia
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 3.8%
>Number of bridges: 13,997

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