April 7, 2012
The Norman Transcript
NORMAN — Eight years ago, Oklahoma had nearly 1,200 structurally deficient bridges in its highway system. That doesn’t count bridges on county roads.
We were one of the nation’s worst in terms of deficient bridges.
In the last six years, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation has replaced or rehabilitated more than 600 of them. In the next eight years, the department plans to repair or replace 799 more... FULL ARTICLE
Sat, April 7, 2012
by John Cox