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North Dakota, Missouri boast best highway systems in country in Reason Foundation’s highway report

November 24, 2020


When it comes to performance and cost-effectiveness, a new report from the nonprofit Reason Foundation has dubbed North Dakota, Missouri and Kansas at the top of the state-owned highway chain among the 50 United States.

On the opposite spectrum were Delaware, Alaska and New Jersey at dead last. These overall rankings were based on the results of state-by-state performances in 13 categories, including total spending per mile, capital and bridge disbursements per mile, maintenance disbursements per mile, administrative disbursements per mile, various pavement conditions, urbanized area congestion, structurally deficient bridges and rates of fatality.

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