Annual Report Ranks The Nation’s 10 States With The Worst Highways

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The Reason Foundation has just released their 22nd Annual Highway Report, which ranks the nation’s highway systems by state in terms of performance and cost effectiveness.

These Ten States Have The Nation’s Worst Highways

  1. 1. Alaska
  2. 2. New Jersey
  3. 3. Hawaii
  4. 4. Rhode Island
  5. 5. Massachusetts
  6. 6. New York
  7. 7. Connecticut
  8. 8. Washington 
  9. 9. California
  10. 10. Vermont

The states that fared the best in the 22nd Annual Highway Report were:

  1. 1. South Carolina
  2. 2. South Dakota
  3. 3. Kansas
  4. 4. Nebraska
  5. 5. Maine

You can read the 22nd Annual Highway Report in full in the document below.

https://docs.google.com/viewerng/viewer?url=http://reason.org/files/22nd_annual_highway_report.pdf

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