Nearly 56,000 bridges across the United States are considered structurally deficient.
According to the report from the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, 2 percent, or 31, of the 1,933 bridges in Nevada are structurally deficient.
That puts Nevada in a smaller percentage of states with 0 to 4.9 percent of its bridges structurally deficient. Other states include Utah, Arizona, Texas and Florida, along with the District of Columbia.
Three of the structurally deficient bridges are in Las Vegas with U.S. 95 and Eastern Avenue, Paradise Road over the Tropicana Wash and Boulder Highway at U.S. 95.
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