Annual Highway Report Ranks State Infrastructures

February 15, 2018 Command Alkon

Annual Highway Report Ranks State Infrastructures

11 Categories Used to Rate the Performance of State Highway Systems

Fleet Owner recently published a synopsis on the Reason’s Foundations 23rd Annual Highway Report. The report tracks the performance of the 50 state-owned highway systems using various metrics and methodologies.

The rankings are based on how each state does in 11 categories:

  • Total disbursements per mile
  • Capital and bridge disbursements per mile
  • Maintenance disbursements per mile
  • Administrative disbursements per mile
  • Rural interstate pavement condition
  • Urban interstate pavement condition
  • Rural arterial pavement condition
  • Urbanized are congestion
  • Deficient bridges
  • Fatality rates
  • Narrow rural arterial lanes

Nearly half of the states (23 out of 50) made progress compared to the Reason Foundation’s previous report on infrastructure.

Read FleetOwner’s summary of the report or click here for the complete 23rd Annual Highway Report.

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Come visit Command Alkon at Booth 2039 at the World of Asphalt/AGG 1 to learn about our solutions that assist raw materials suppliers with their role in sustaining our infrastructure in roadway systems.

 

 

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