Bad Roads Cost California Drivers $61B each year, Study Says

New localized data says the lack of safety features on roads and bridges costs California drivers $61 billion each year – as much as $2,995 per driver in some areas – due to California’s outdated roads, bridges and transportation infrastructure, currently under threat of further deterioration by Prop 6, the attack on bridge and road safety. The report also finds that throughout California, more than two-thirds of major roads are in poor or mediocre condition and that 1,603 locally and state-maintained bridges are structurally deficient.

To read the full study from TRIP, click here.