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NYS Comptroller


2015 Financial Condition Report


Highway Conditon Ratings in New York Deficient Bridges in New York and the Rest of the U.S.

Highway Conditions Have Improved Slightly Since 2010

  • The State is responsible for maintaining more than 42,700 lane miles of highway.
  • The number of highway lane miles rated poor/fair has decreased by 1.4 percent since 2010.
  • In 2014, 62.8 percent of the highways were rated good to excellent, a 0.9 percent increase since 2010.

Bridge Conditions Have Worsened Since 2010

  • The State is responsible for maintaining nearly 7,900 bridges.
  • In 2014, 34.2 percent of bridges were rated deficient as compared to 31.8 percent in 2010. A deficient rating means a bridge is either structurally or functionally deficient, but not a current safety threat.
  • The State’s percentage of deficient bridges compares unfavorably to the nationwide percentage of 18 percent.

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