Report: Half of New York roads need repair

01/14/2010 | Crain's New York Business

Half of New York's roads and about 40% of the state's bridges need urgent repair work, according to a new report. A quarter of the state's bridges don't meet basic highway standards, and 12% have serious structural problems, researchers found. Costs associated with congestion and lack of basic safety features costs the state's drivers an average of $1,888 each year, the report claims.

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