California's Roads and Highways Remain 'Unspeakably Bad'

In another unsurprising study, California's roads and highways are ranked nearly last, and said to be the worst in urban areas.
November 26, 2009, 5am PST | Alek Miller
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"And yet, in a time of limited transportation funding, our priority remains to build more and more highways while the ones we have continue to fall into a state of neglect. The poor condition of our roads has led to more expensive commutes for car commuters. Nationally, the poor condition of our roads costs drivers $335 a year. In Los Angeles, that number is $746."

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Published on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 in Streetsblog Los Angeles
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