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This State Has the Best Highways in America

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5. North Carolina
> Annual peak hours spent in congestion: 10.74 per commuter (22nd worst)
> Pct. of bridges that are structurally deficient: 1.12% (23rd highest)
> Roadways fatality rate: 9.31 per 100 million vehicle miles (12th highest)

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4. Kentucky
> Annual peak hours spent in congestion: 7.91 per commuter (23rd best)
> Pct. of bridges that are structurally deficient: 1.48% (4th highest)
> Roadways fatality rate: 7.24 per 100 million vehicle miles (22nd highest)

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3. Missouri
> Annual peak hours spent in congestion: 5.60 per commuter (9th best)
> Pct. of bridges that are structurally deficient: 1.11% (24th highest)
> Roadways fatality rate: 8.77 per 100 million vehicle miles (17th highest)

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2. Virginia
> Annual peak hours spent in congestion: 8.46 per commuter (24th worst)
> Pct. of bridges that are structurally deficient: 0.97% (15th lowest)
> Roadways fatality rate: 4.36 per 100 million vehicle miles (10th lowest)

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1. North Dakota
> Annual peak hours spent in congestion: 6.60 per commuter (17th best)
> Pct. of bridges that are structurally deficient: 1.02% (20th lowest)
> Roadways fatality rate: 10.67 per 100 million vehicle miles (9th highest)

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