States With the Worst Roads

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Panama City Beach, Florida, view of Front Beach Road at night
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45. Florida
> Public roads in poor condition: 8.0% (6th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 16.5% (10th lowest)
> Added vehicle costs: $128 per motorist (2nd lowest)
> Size of road system: 272,435 lane-miles (7th largest)

Wyoming Winter Traffic Jam
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44. Wyoming
> Public roads in poor condition: 8.2% (7th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 22.6% (23rd lowest)
> Added vehicle costs: $236 per motorist (13th lowest)
> Size of road system: 60,381 lane-miles (9th smallest)

South Dakota
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43. South Dakota
> Public roads in poor condition: 8.3% (8th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 24.0% (24th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $324 per motorist (17th highest)
> Size of road system: 167,800 lane-miles (25th largest)

Cincinnati, Ohio
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42. Ohio
> Public roads in poor condition: 9.2% (9th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 24.2% (23rd highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $212 per motorist (10th lowest)
> Size of road system: 262,166 lane-miles (9th largest)

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National Bison Range Montana
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41. Montana
> Public roads in poor condition: 9.2% (10th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 17.4% (12th lowest)
> Added vehicle costs: $184 per motorist (6th lowest)
> Size of road system: 153,061 lane-miles (21st smallest)