Special Report

The Most Dangerous Bridges in Every State

New Mexico
> Bridge description: I-25 over Gibson Blvd.
> Bridge location: Bernalillo County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1961
> Avg. daily crossings: 117,053

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New York
> Bridge description: I-278 over 15th St.
> Bridge location: Kings County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1962
> Avg. daily crossings: 190,572

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North Carolina
> Bridge description: I-40 over Walnut Creek
> Bridge location: Wake County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1982
> Avg. daily crossings: 118,000

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North Dakota
> Bridge description: Demers Ave over BNSF Rail Road
> Bridge location: Grand Forks County
> Bridge type: Urban other principal arterial
> Year built: 1972
> Avg. daily crossings: 18,500

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> Bridge description: I-270 Ramp over Ramp I-270 West Bound to state Route 315 Southbound
> Bridge location: Franklin County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1969
> Avg. daily crossings: 143,208

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