BALTIMORE - The longer Maryland waits to repair its roads, the more money it will cost you.
A recent report from Maryland Transportation by the Numbers (TRIP) found that Baltimore drivers lose nearly $1,800 year because of deficient roads. That adds up to $6.2 billion in Maryland.
The report found that:
- More that two-fifths of the state's major locally and state-maintained roads are in mediocre or poor condition.
- One fourth of the bridges need repair or replacement, and
- State's drivers are experiencing increasingly worsened congestion
- Rural roads in Maryalnd have higher fatality rates than all other roads in the state
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