Table 1-5: Number of Road Bridges by Functional System: 2012

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  Urban Rural
State Interstate Other freeways and expressways Other arterial Collector Local Interstate Other arterial Collector Local
Alabama 558 102 887 280 996 609 2,764 5,500 4,374
Alaska 36 0 104 38 54 150 195 262 334
Arizona 288 354 901 443 699 1,259 1,676 1,313 902
Arkansas 351 163 738 151 457 461 2,365 5,010 3,000
California 2,565 3,053 4,814 1,313 1,732 1,205 2,924 3,281 3,925
Colorado 522 358 914 376 527 550 1,280 1,779 2,285
Connecticut 730 541 771 441 515 102 244 340 524
Delaware 88 28 189 81 65 0 102 113 196
District of Columbia 59 31 90 15 43 0 0 1 0
Florida 1,194 1,099 2,235 1,007 1,186 627 1,749 1,391 1,494
Georgia 618 187 1,953 596 1,350 457 2,317 3,778 3,482
Hawaii 191 78 141 71 106 23 255 154 112
Idaho 107 0 336 107 95 283 542 988 1,756
Illinois 1,353 154 2,654 885 1,190 934 2,399 4,582 12,363
Indiana 721 219 1,363 561 818 780 1,507 5,131 7,689
Iowa 316 0 1,078 238 404 393 2,335 7,473 12,259
Kansas 488 327 910 336 398 545 2,702 8,332 11,138
Kentucky 416 129 641 270 398 376 1,628 4,429 5,744
Louisiana 922 175 1,097 234 873 645 2,094 2,802 4,333
Maine 127 20 138 108 83 163 323 710 736
Maryland 713 413 715 292 739 185 368 831 1,037
Massachusetts 902 458 1,643 522 561 86 180 338 430
Michigan 816 315 1,489 471 572 389 1,230 2,604 3,114
Minnesota 418 217 934 282 362 290 1,699 3,249 5,670
Mississippi 299 108 581 293 381 477 2,772 4,725 7,425
Missouri 837 1,109 804 627 1,086 352 2,475 5,074 11,970
Montana 81 2 91 12 16 746 1,025 996 2,151
Nebraska 118 52 368 90 147 215 2,166 3,571 8,666
Nevada 213 88 281 198 239 308 147 173 151
New Hampshire 103 43 177 53 75 260 333 462 923
New Jersey 971 774 2,051 648 944 77 181 300 608
New Mexico 278 1 439 134 115 603 1,020 835 499
New York 1,446 1,011 2,684 1,045 1,234 719 1,530 3,294 4,457
North Carolina 656 466 1,372 385 1,331 498 1,825 3,765 7,867
North Dakota 59 0 141 21 31 147 605 893 2,556
Ohio 1,356 782 1,987 993 1,406 861 2,272 6,837 10,551
Oklahoma 483 521 937 507 623 628 2,572 7,314 10,196
Oregon 254 95 642 235 220 402 1,245 2,195 2,345
Pennsylvania 1,373 813 3,034 1,305 1,491 1,070 2,500 4,101 6,982
Rhode Island 116 106 247 63 61 23 41 55 45
South Carolina 353 70 800 525 546 375 1,256 2,682 2,664
South Dakota 116 6 152 45 63 341 979 1,321 2,847
Tennessee 719 301 1,860 434 963 703 2,749 5,353 6,903
Texas 3,170 3,860 6,211 2,470 4,712 2,278 8,081 11,195 10,283
Utah 397 42 329 94 279 440 351 452 563
Vermont 57 2 93 42 31 256 374 695 1,177
Virginia 1,016 422 1,537 513 1,000 667 1,548 2,655 4,411
Washington 650 473 942 216 282 290 914 2,024 2,049
West Virginia 245 64 323 124 271 398 750 2,006 2,912
Wisconsin 491 392 1,272 185 510 612 2,269 2,557 5,769
Wyoming 160 6 118 46 44 768 510 544 905
United States, total 30,516 20,030 56,208 20,421 32,324 25,026 75,368 140,465 204,772
U.S. total (incl. Puerto Rico) 30,758 20,139 56,578 20,590 32,540 25,201 75,583 140,797 205,192

NOTE: Some discrepancies exist between the total number of bridges reported in tables 1-5, 1-6, and 1-7 because of bridges not identified in one or more of the categories and other anomalies.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Bridge Technology, National Bridge Inventory, Functional Classification of Bridges by Highway System, available at www.fhwa.dot.gov/bridge/nbi.cfm as of May 2013.