NJ has the Third Worst Roads, While Receving Double of other States

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Infrastructure week fizzled with lawmakers and the president unable to pass the bill. So what does that mean for the current state of US infrastructure?

AutoInsurance.org analyzed data from the Federal Highway Administration and found how New Jersey’s highways and bridges compare to other states, as well as how much FHWA funding the state receives.

Here’s what we found:

  • NJ comes in 3rd for the country’s worst highways with 26% rated as poor
  • NJ receives $27.1k from the FHWA, the national average is $12.4k
  • Overall, urban areas are almost 4x more likely than rural areas to have roads in poor condition

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