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Last year’s Worst Roads rankings

| December 06, 2001

WORST SEGMENT OF ROAD
1. I-40 through Arkansas
2. I-94 in Chicago
3. I-10 through Louisiana
4. I-70 from Kansas City to St. Louis
5. I-30 from Little Rock to Texarkana, Ark.

FACTORS THAT MADE THESE ROADS THE WORST FOR DRIVING
1. Potholes
2. Patches
3. Cracks
4. Congestion and traffic
5. Constant construction

STATES WITH WORST ROADS
1. Arkansas
2. Illinois
3. Pennsylvania
4. Louisiana
5. New York

BEST SEGMENT OF ROAD
1. I-75 through Florida
2. I-75 through Georgia
3. I-10 through Texas
4. I-40 Memphis to Knoxville
5. I-39 Bloomington, Ill., to Rockford, Ill.

STATES WITH BEST ROADS
1. Florida
2. Tennessee
3. Texas
4. Georgia
5. Pennsylvania

MOST IMPROVED SEGMENT OVER LAST YEAR
1. I-80 through Pennsylvania
2. I-20 through Louisiana
3. I-55 through Illinois
4. I-10 through Texas
5. I-81 through Pennsylvania

MOST IMPROVED STATE OVER LAST YEAR
1. Pennsylvania
2. Louisiana
3. Texas
4. Illinois
5. Florida

MOST SCENIC
1. Colorado
2. Tennessee
3. Pennsylvania
4. Virginia
5. Oregon

WEAKEST ON TRUCK INSPECTIONS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
1. Alabama
2. Texas
3. Indiana
4. Wyoming
5. Illinois

TOUGHEST ON TRUCK INSPECTIONS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
1. California
2. Ohio
3. Tennessee
4. Connecticut
5. Maryland

MOST OVERNIGHT PARKING
1. Pennsylvania
2. Texas
3. Indiana
4. Florida
5. Georgia

LEAST OVERNIGHT PARKING
1. New Jersey
2. Connecticut
3. Illinois
4. Virginia
5. New York

BEST REST STOPS
1. Florida
2. Georgia
3. Indiana
4. Pennsylvania
5. Ohio

BEST TRUCK STOPS
1. Texas
2. Iowa
3. Georgia
4. Ohio
5. Pennsylvania

WORST CAR DRIVERS
1. New York
2. California
3. Illinois
4. New Jersey
5. Connecticut

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