Some bridges that the federal government considers structurally deficient will be closed because the state doesn't have enough money to maintain and repair them. Wilton Police says on the recommendation of the state Department of Transportation, the Sugar Hollow Bridge has been closed until repairs can be completed. The DOT says many of the bridges in Connecticut that are classified as structurally deficient are not considered unsafe for cars. Earlier this year, more that $4 billion worth of transportation projects were postponed indefinitely because of funding issues. 32 structurally deficient bridges were among those projects.