As many of you know, Pennsylvania's highways are again the worst in the country after relinquishing that title to Louisiana for two years. The latest survey from Overdrive magazine, who bestowed the Commonwealth with that title for 13 out of the 19 years of the survey, ranks Pennsylvania as again having the worst. Take a trip into the histories of the highways that help Pennsylvania earn the title of "Worst Roads." Read about the latest survey from the February 2010 issue.
The American Society of Civil Engineers has come out with their 2010 Report Card for Pennsylvania's Infrastructure.
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