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The Most Dangerous Bridges in Every State

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> Bridge description: I-70 over U.S. Route 6
> Bridge location: Denver County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1964
> Avg. daily crossings: 157,000

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> Bridge description: I-95 over Metro North
> Bridge location: New Haven County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1956
> Avg. daily crossings: 136,400

> Bridge description: Red Mill Rd. over stream Mill Pond
> Bridge location: New Castle County
> Bridge type: Urban minor arterial
> Year built: 1971
> Avg. daily crossings: 22,887

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> Bridge description: Southbound I-95 over Sistrunk Blvd.
> Bridge location: Broward County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1975
> Avg. daily crossings: 156,000

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> Bridge description: I-75 over Swamp Creek
> Bridge location: Whitfield County
> Bridge type: Rural Interstate
> Year built: 1961
> Avg. daily crossings: 66,210

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