Road poll: The good, the bad, the better

Max Kvidera | February 01, 2010
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  1. […] Surprisingly, they also think highly of our drivers: BEST AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS 1. Texas 2. Ohio 3. Tennessee Road poll: The good, the bad, the better | Overdrive […]

  2. […] Knoxville News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable took time to concur with our readers, who recently voted I-40 in Tennessee as the nation’s best highway segment in our annual Highway Report Card. […]

  3. […] Now, lest those who live outside the state think I am tossing about hyperbole I have an unbiased source to back me up.  Overdrive magazine, a publication for over the road truckers and the like, does an annual Highway Report Card of the roads across the country.  They rate individual highways best, worst, and most improved as well as giving overall ratings to the states.  Pennsylvania has regularly been first on the list of worst states.  There was a bright spot in 2010 as I-80 in Pennsylvania was voted most improved, but in spite of this the state as a whole is still rated worst in the 2010 Report Card. […]

  4. […] Some of my friends and I like to take road trips to and through the states that border PA. One of the jokes we always make is, "You can tell you're out of Pennsylvania when the road gets smooth." Okay, maybe that's a lame joke, but the really sad part is, it's true – Pennsylvania roads were rated worst overall by Overdrive magazine. […]

  5. […] Louisiana held top ranks for the worst highways in the nation in Overdrive’s last several Highway Report Card surveys. […]

  6. […] roads are consistently rated by truckers and industry experts as among the best in the nation, according to Overdrive Magazine […]

  7. […] roads are consistently rated by truckers and industry experts as among the best in the nation, according to Overdrive Magazine […]

  8. […] through Louisiana: Overdrive has rated this stretch of highway the worst in the country for several years in a row. The roads […]