Mendota Heights Area Bridges: How Do They Rate?
Check out data from the National Bridge Inventory Database to learn more about bridges in the area.
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No functionally obsolete or structurally deficient bridges span roads in the Mendota Heights area, according to data from the National Bridge Inventory Database.
Click on each pin to learn more about when a local bridge was built, what it's made out of, and what sufficiency rating it has been given. Data may not yet reflect recent construction.
The bridge's sufficiency rating is an overall score based on 20 factors. A 100 is a perfect score, meaning the bridge is completely sufficient for its purpose. A zero would be completely insufficient for its purpose.
Bridges deemed functionally obsolete may be safe, but, for example, may not have enough lanes to prevent congestion during rush hour.
Bridges that are structurally deficient have at least one structural defect, though the rating does not indicate the severity of the problem.