The Tennessee Department of Transportation has identified 111 bridges across the state that will be replaced, repaired, or rehabilitated through a new initiative aimed at reducing the number of structurally deficient bridges in the state. 

The work will take place under a four-year “Better Bridges Program” approved earlier this year by the General Assembly that will use bonds to pay for the repair or replacement of more than 200 structurally deficient bridges in the state. 

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