Audit says Mich. slow with bridge inspections
A state audit says Michigan didn't complete about 10 percent of routine bridge inspections on time between 2006 and 2008.
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Since: Feb 09
#1 Nov 8, 2009
great, at least let us know where these bridges that did'nt get inspected are so we can avoid them
#2 Nov 9, 2009
The state offers a bridge inspection site that lists every bridge, last time inspected, and the state of the structure at that time. I have an I-275 bridge nearby that passes over a road. Cement was falling from the bottom of the bridge so they came out and installed plywood underneath to catch the chunks before falling on traffic. This bridge was rated pretty decent because the superstructure was fully in tact.
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