8.5.20 – OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) –
According to a study conducted by CoPilot, Oklahoma has the eighth-worst roads in the nation.
According to data from the Federal Highway Administration, 26% of major urban roads in the United States are in poor condition.ADVERTISING
Research from AAA showed that potholes lead to $3 billion per year in vehicle repair costs across the country.
According to CoPilot’s study, 33.4% of major roads in Oklahoma are in poor condition, which is 8% higher than the national average of 26.4%.
Below is a summary of the data for Oklahoma:
- Percentage of all major roads in poor condition–33.4%
- Interstates and freeways in poor condition–6.4%
- Arterials in poor condition–19.8%
- Minor arterials in poor condition–46.4%
- Daily vehicle-miles per capita–25.7
- Miles of road per 1,000 people–7.6
Below are statistics for the entire United States:
- Percentage of all major roads in poor condition–26.4%
- Interstates and freeways in poor condition–5.8%
- Arterials in poor condition–26.4%
- Minor arterials in poor condition–34.5%
- Daily vehicle–miles per capita–24.9
- Miles of road per 1,000 people–4.9
For more information from CoPilot, click here.