Indiana, Michigan and Illinois all have highway systems that are ranked in the bottom half of the nation.
This won’t be a surprise to you if you’re traveling for the holidays. Indiana ranks slightly higher than the other two in overall cost-effectiveness and condition, according to the Annual Highway Report from Reason Foundation.
For the second year in the row Hoosier roads finished 32nd. Michigan was 34th, Illinois 40th.
Reason Foundation’s Annual Highway Report measures the condition and cost-effectiveness of state-controlled highways in 13 categories, including pavement and bridge conditions, traffic fatalities, and spending per mile.