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Western Gateway Bridge’s abbreviated lifespan is real issue

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Western Gateway Bridge’s abbreviated lifespan is real issue All the talk about the design of the “New Western Gateway Bridge” has made me wonder why people are not concerned about how many times this bridge has been rebuilt! Originally built in 1923-25, and replaced in 1971, it is now costing $16.9 million to rehabilitate only 42 years later. It is ludicrous for a bridge to be rebuilt twice after the original construction and only 88 ...

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