Thursday, August 7, 2008

Annual Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems

The Reason Foundation's 17th Annual Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems measures the performance of all state-owned roads and highways from 1984 to 2006. The study calculates the effectiveness and performance of each state in 12 different categories, including traffic fatalities, congestion, pavement condition, bridge condition, highway maintenance costs, and administrative costs.

1 comment:

GJG said...

In that I drive in California---I just assumed congestion was normal. Now having read this post---I'm unhappy with my local freeway congestion----thanks for the heads up---I guess.

Gary, (aka old dude)
http://threescoreplusten.blogspot.com/