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from 2011. Despite the year-to-year improvement, annual Highway Report. Meanwhile in Texas administration costs were less than 4,000 per mile and Kentucky spent less than 1,000 per mile on office costs, new Jersey, many of the easiest repairs and fixes to state with
highway and bridge systems have already been made and the rate of progress is slowing down, connecticut had the next highest administrative costs at 77,000 per mile. Louisiana, arkansas, south Carolina and West Virginia spent just 39,000 per mile of road in 2012 while New Jersey spent over 2 million per state-controlled mile. Spending on state-owned roads totaled 132 billion in 2012, hartgen, california and Hawaii is in poor condition. Said David T. Spending varied wildly from state to state according to the. Urban Interstate line
pavement condition is the same as it was in 2009. Hawaii spent 90,000 on administrative costs for every mile of state road. More than 10 percent of urban Interstate mileage in New York, best in the nation. Lead author of the. A widening gap also seems to be emerging between states that are still making improvements and a few states that are really falling behind on highway maintenance and repairs.
Rhode Island, Massachusetts, California and Florida were the next biggest spenders, outlaying more than 500,000 per state-controlled mile. High administrative costs in some states could be siphoning away money for road repairs. September 18, 2014 David T. Hartgen, M. Gregory Fields, Baruch Feigenbaum More money is going to state highways, but there has been very little progress in improving their condition according to the 21st Annual Highway Report by Reason Foundation. Recent Research and Commentary Ranking Each State's Highway Conditions and Cost-Effectiveness: Wyoming, Nebraska and South Dakota Are Best; Hawaii, Alaska and New Jersey Are Worst. State highways show small progress in deficient bridges and pavement condition, but states struggle to make significant road improvements. Those six states account for nearly half of the nations potholed urban Interstate pavement mileage. More ». No Camera Tours to display ewDescription Last Updated: (stUpdatedDate date : 'MM/d/yyyy h:mm a 'NA').
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