(WASHINGTON) — Twenty-eight percent of America’s major urban roads are in poor shape, according to a new report.
The findings, which looked at statistics from 2013, were published Thursday by the non-profit research group TRIP, which is funded by industry groups such as construction businesses and unions.
“Substandard” road conditions “provided an unacceptably rough ride to motorists, costing the average urban driver $516 annually,” the report said.
Here are some of the big cities with the worst interstates, freeways and other two-lane arteries, according to the report:
- San Francisco–Oakland, CA
- Los Angeles–Long Beach–Santa Ana, CA
- Concord, CA
- Detroit, MI
- San Jose, CA
- Cleveland, OH
- New York–Newark, NY
- San Diego, CA
- Grand Rapids, MI
- Honolulu, HI
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