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The Most Dangerous Bridges in Every State

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> Bridge description: S Higgins Ave. over Clark Fork River Pedestrian Paths
> Bridge location: Missoula County
> Bridge type: Urban minor arterial
> Year built: 1962
> Avg. daily crossings: 15,552

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> Bridge description: U.S. Route 75 over J St.
> Bridge location: Douglas County
> Bridge type: Urban freeway/expressway
> Year built: 1970
> Avg. daily crossings: 85,640

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> Bridge description: I-515 over Desert Inn Rd.
> Bridge location: Clark County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1981
> Avg. daily crossings: 127,000

New Hampshire
> Bridge description: I-89 over South St.
> Bridge location: Merrimack County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1959
> Avg. daily crossings: 51,032

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New Jersey
> Bridge description: NJ Route 495 over Paterson Plank Rd.
> Bridge location: Hudson County
> Bridge type: Urban freeway/expressway
> Year built: 1939
> Avg. daily crossings: 159,000

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