Johnny Irish brings this article to my attention, which discusses the condition of South Carolina's bridges. Apparently, it's not so great.
South Carolina has more than 12 hundred of what the Federal Government calls "structurally deficient" bridges. That means they are in poor condition or worse. Another 800 are considered obsolete.
Wow - 1200 have structural problems. That seems like a lot of bridges. So what are we going to do about this? The "stimulus" that came and went a couple of years ago apparently has not been effective at updating our bridges. Where did that money actually go?