U.S. functionally obsolete road bridges in 2012

The statistic shows the percentage of U.S. functionally obsolete road bridges in 2012, by state. In that year, 13.7 percent of the road bridges in Alabama were functionally obsolete.

Percentage of U.S. road bridges classified as functionally obsolete in 2012, by state

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Release date

2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

2012

Supplementary notes

Functional obsolescence results from changing traffic demands on the structure. The magnitude of the deficiencies determines whether the existing conditions cause a bridge to be classified as functionally obsolete.

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