Pittsburgh bridge that collapsed wasn’t on list for infrastructure law funding

The Pittsburgh bridge that collapsed Friday morning ahead of President Biden‘s arrival in the Iron City was not known to be compromised and was not scheduled for maintenance via the federal infrastructure bill, according to government records.

The disaster left three hospitalized and 10 others injured near Frick Park early Friday morning. While no fatalities have been reported and all victims are in stable condition, the massive collapse shook the city and surrounding area.

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The city’s 2021 Transportation Improvement program, which was commissioned to allocate federal funds for transportation infrastructure, did not account for the Frick Park bridge.

Source: Pittsburgh bridge that collapsed wasn’t on list for infrastructure law funding

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