States That Are Falling Apart

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5. California
> Roads in poor condition: 16.9% (5th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 6.2% (19th lowest)
> Dams at high hazard risk: 52.6% (6th highest)
> State highway spending per driver: $269 (4th lowest)

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4. Pennsylvania
> Roads in poor condition: 7.4% (15th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 18.3% (5th highest)
> Dams at high hazard risk: 53.0% (5th highest)
> State highway spending per driver: $773 (9th highest)

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3. West Virginia
> Roads in poor condition: 4.9% (25th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 19.0% (3rd highest)
> Dams at high hazard risk: 71.0% (3rd highest)
> State highway spending per driver: $910 (5th highest)

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2. Hawaii
> Roads in poor condition: 16.1% (6th highest)
> Deficient bridges: 5.8% (15th lowest)
> Dams at high hazard risk: 93.2% (the highest)
> State highway spending per driver: $590 (16th highest)

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1. Rhode Island
> Roads in poor condition: 24.6% (the highest)
> Deficient bridges: 23.3% (the highest)
> Dams at high hazard risk: 42.3% (9th highest)
> State highway spending per driver: $408 (16th lowest)