States With the Worst Roads

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Philadelphia skyline - Pennsylvania - USA United States of America
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10. Pennsylvania
> Public roads in poor condition: 28.7% (10th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 41.6% (4th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $341 per motorist (16th highest)
> Size of road system: 250,380 lane-miles (11th largest)

Massachusetts
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9. Massachusetts
> Public roads in poor condition: 30.1% (9th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 52.2% (2nd highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $313 per motorist (19th highest)
> Size of road system: 76,873 lane-miles (11th smallest)

Automobile Alley Oklahoma City
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8. Oklahoma
> Public roads in poor condition: 30.1% (8th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 25.0% (22nd highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $425 per motorist (5th highest)
> Size of road system: 234,129 lane-miles (14th largest)

Seattle, Washington roads
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7. Washington
> Public roads in poor condition: 31.1% (7th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 25.8% (20th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $272 per motorist (22nd lowest)
> Size of road system: 169,011 lane-miles (24th largest)

Rear view of traffic on a street, Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles, California, USA
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6. California
> Public roads in poor condition: 37.0% (6th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 26.8% (16th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $586 per motorist (2nd highest)
> Size of road system: 478,377 lane-miles (2nd largest)