DOT vehicles stop on the Bonner Bridge to unload concrete barriers during repairs earlier this month. The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced Sunday the immediate reopening of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge across Oregon Inlet. Multiple inspections have shown the bridge is safe, the department said in a news release. Recent tests included sonar scans, test pilings and several inspections. Meanwhile, the department will continue emergency work to repair the structure.
DOT vehicles stop on the Bonner Bridge to unload concrete barriers during repairs earlier this month. The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced Sunday the immediate reopening of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge across Oregon Inlet. Multiple inspections have shown the bridge is safe, the department said in a news release. Recent tests included sonar scans, test pilings and several inspections. Meanwhile, the department will continue emergency work to repair the structure. cliddy@newsobserver.com
DOT vehicles stop on the Bonner Bridge to unload concrete barriers during repairs earlier this month. The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced Sunday the immediate reopening of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge across Oregon Inlet. Multiple inspections have shown the bridge is safe, the department said in a news release. Recent tests included sonar scans, test pilings and several inspections. Meanwhile, the department will continue emergency work to repair the structure. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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