Nine bridges will change traffic in the United States
They will be fixed in eight states and the District of Columbia.
nder the name of Investing in America, the Biden-Harris administration announced a series of investments aimed at creating bridges. These are nine projects designed for rural and urban areas in eight states and the District of Columbia.
The White House reported in an official statement that the bridges will be:
Palm Avenue Crossing Bridge in San Diego, California. Cost: 24 million. Traffic: 38 thousand vehicles per day.
Lafayette Avenue Bascule Bridge in Bay City, Michigan. Cost: 73 million. Traffic: 16 thousand vehicles per day.
Castleton-on-Hudson Bridge, near Albany, New York. Cost: 21 million. Traffic: 17 thousand vehicles per day.
Rural bridges in northwestern Oklahoma. Cost: 11.5 million. Traffic: 3 thousand vehicles per day.
Burgard Bridge in Portland, Oregon. Cost: 13.9 million. Traffic: 8 thousand vehicles per day.
Rural bridges in northwestern South Carolina. Cost: 51.2 million. Traffic: 13 thousand vehicles per day.
US-59 bridge over the San Antonio River in San Antonio, Texas. Cost: 14 million. Traffic: 7 thousand vehicles per day.
Arland D. Williams Jr. Memorial Bridge, which carries the northbound lanes of I-395. Cost: 72 million. Traffic: 88 thousand vehicles per day.
John Nolen Drive bridges in Madison, Wisconsin. Cost: 15.1 million. Traffic: 45 thousand vehicles per day. In this case, the six bridges that lead to the main artery of Madison will be replaced.