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Bridges & Structures

Highway Bridge by Wearing Surface

Current data

Archived Data

Note: These are prior data that apply a cancelled agency policy known as the 10-year rule. When applied, the '10-year rule' excluded bridges built or reconstructed within the prior 10 years since they were not generally eligible for Highway Bridge Program funding.

(all measurements are in meter or square meters)

108a Type of Wearing Surface

  • 1 Monolithic Concrete (concurrently placed with structural deck)
  • 2 Integral Concrete (separate non-modified layer of concrete added to structural deck)
  • 3 Latex Concrete or similar additive
  • 4 Low Slump Concrete
  • 5 Epoxy Overlay
  • 6 Bituminous
  • 7 Wood or Timber
  • 8 Gravel
  • 9 Other
  • 0 None (no additional concrete thickness or wearing surface is included in the bridge deck)
  • N Not Applicable (applies only to structures with no deck)

108b Area by Type of Membrane

  • 1 Built-up
  • 2 Preformed Fabric
  • 3 Epoxy
  • 8 Unknown
  • 9 Other
  • 0 None
  • N Not Applicable (applies only to structures with no deck)

108c Area by Deck Protection

  • 1 Epoxy Coated Reinforcing
  • 2 Galvanized Reinforcing
  • 3 Other Coated Reinforcing
  • 4 Cathodic Protection
  • 6 Polymer Impregnated
  • 7 Internally Sealed
  • 8 Unknown
  • 9 Other
  • 0 None
  • N Not Applicable (applies only to structures with no deck)
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Updated: 02/04/2016
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