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Highway Bridges: Linking Funding to Conditions May Help Demonstrate Impact of Federal Investment
Mark Goldstein (au)
The nationäó»s 612,000 bridges are critical elements of the surface transportation system, but the entire system is under growing strain and funding it is on GAOäó»s High Risk List. While state and local governments own and maintain most of the nationäó»s bridges, the federal government provides some funding for them, administered by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). In 2012, legislative changes consolidated the bridge-funding program into other highway programs, giving states more flexibility in how to allocate funds. This report examines trends, over the past 10 years, in (1) the condition and (2) the funding of the nationäó»s bridges, as well as (3) how states fund and manage their bridge programs, given the 2012 legislative changes. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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