How Are the Roads and Bridges Doing in Your State?

LCT Magazine
Posted on July 31, 2008
North Dakota does the best job maintaining its roads and bridges and New Jersey has the worst-performing, least cost-effective highway system in the nation, according to an annual Reason Foundation study that measures each state's road conditions and expenditures. Massachusetts' roads are the safest; Montana's are the deadliest. Across the country, 24.1% of bridges are deficient or functionally obsolete. The Reason Foundation presented the report to the public, full of state comparison charts, if you're interested.

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