TULSA, Okla. - Oklahoma's bridges are bad and are getting worse. That's according to just-released date from the National Transportation Safety Board.
Nearly 1 in 4 bridges in the Sooner state is deficient. Only Pennsylvania has a higher percentage
Oklahoma has 23,778 bridges. 22.6%, or 5,382 are considered deficient.
That's an increase of 77, or 1.5%, since the NTSB last released numbers in 2011.
The NTSB says the average daily traffic on deficient bridges in Oklahoma is 7,236,161.