Hundreds of bridges in Oregon and Southwest Washington are structurally deficient, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Bridges labeled "structurally deficient" aren't necessarily in immediate danger of collapse, but it means the bridge needs to be fixed because at least one major component, such as the deck, has advanced deterioration or other safety problems.
Some of the heavily traveled spots that are the biggest offenders include the stretch of Interstate 5 that spans the Lewis River in Clark County, Wash., the Steel bridge that spans the Willamette in Portland, and small stretches of I-5 near Jantzen Beach and parts of the ramps leading onto the Marquam Bridge. You can view the most heavily traveled spots here.
Go here for an interactive map of bad bridges.