Connecticut’s Highways Rated….POOR
This article was published on: 07/3/16 1:55 PM by Curt
In a recently released report by a national highway research agency, Trip Report, Connecticut’s highways rate poor. The Malloy administration attempted to allocate $100 billion over the next 30 years to improve the infrastructure, but with the current $380 million budget deficit, that plan is not going through.
In the highway report, which covered all 50 states, Connecticut falls into 3 of the top 10 places for highway conditions.
3rd most vehicles per mile
5th worst bridges
10th most congested
Drive safe and allow plenty of time to get to your final destinations.