Pa. still tops list for bridges in ba...

Pa. still tops list for bridges in bad shape

There are 2 comments on the York Dispatch story from Mar 31, 2011, titled Pa. still tops list for bridges in bad shape. In it, York Dispatch reports that:

Pennsylvania has the largest percentage of structurally deficient bridges in the nation, according to a new report, leaving state officials to question where the money will come from to fix the problems.

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York, PA

#1 Mar 31, 2011
Yeah...NO CRAP, I live on Eberts lane and our bridge has been closed and under 'REPAIR' for a year now, with no end in sight. DON'T HURRY ON THE TAXPAYERS ACCOUNT SINCE IT'S THEIR DIME YOU'RE ON!!!! IDIOTS!!

New Freedom, PA

#2 Mar 31, 2011
We live in S. York County, 83 exit 4, and nearby there are 3 bridges being worked on simultaneously; one bridge having been out of service for almost 2 years (near Glen Rock), the other two bridges (Shrewsbury & New Freedom areas) about a year. I am wondering what the he** is taking so long. It is beyond a nuisance at this point. What a PATHETIC LACK OF RESPONSIBILITY!

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