Bill directs MnDOT on disposal of 35W bridge parts
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota transportation officials might have to follow specific instructions from state lawmakers when disposing of parts from the collapsed Interstate 35W bridge.
A bill introduced Monday would create a disposal priority list. Internal agency discussions about the steel remnants from 2007 bridge collapse began after litigation ended last fall.
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