Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is plugging his administration’s efforts to help municipalities replace and rehabilitate local bridges.
Hundreds of bridges in Connecticut are structurally deficient and officials say the state will need to spend billions of dollars in the coming years on the aging spans.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is responding to concerns after a report identified numerous structurally deficient bridges across the state.
The number of bridges maintained by the Connecticut Department of Transportation that are rated in poor condition has grown over the past decade as they age.