Bay Bridge

March 4, 2013 12:00 AM

Caltrans reports show engineers misrepresented or ignored test data

A recently released California Department of Transportation investigation, which concluded that testing errors and falsifications of data did not affect the safety of state bridges, revealed for the first time that improprieties extended beyond one rogue technician.

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