Study: New Jersey roads rank 4th among country’s worst

A report from MyeListing.com ranked the roads in New Jersey among the worst in the US.
The study, using data from the Department of Transportation, listed the state’s roads the fourth-worst.
It said 45% of the state’s roads are in unacceptable condition and 6.9% of its bridges are in poor condition, according to the data. Only Rhode Island, West Virginia and Massachusetts ranked higher on the list.
The study says the high traffic volume and dense population of the state might stress infrastructure.