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State Highway Programs Ranked

The Reason Foundation has issued the 23rd of its annual reports on the quality of state highway programs across the United States. As with state rankings on so many subjects these days, the worst states in this category are clustered in the Northeast and on the West Coast, while the best are clumped in the Great Plains and Intermountain West. North Dakota ranked first overall, New Jersey last. Among the data analyzed for each state are disbursements per mile of roadway, and road conditions, both rural and urban, as well as fatality rates. M. Gregory Fields, Baruch Feigenbaum, and Spence Purnell, Ranking the Best, Worst, Safest, and Most Expensive State Highway Systems, issued February 8, 2018, and available online here.

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