Report Names Worst Highways in U.S.
A new report on U.S. highways, released just as families across the country hit the road for Labor Day weekend, found that the nation's highways and bridges are in rough shape, with New Jersey having the worst roads.
For motorists living in a state with poor roads that means more travel delays, higher driving costs and a greater risk of being injured.
"It can amount to several hundreds of dollars a year in additional costs when you're driving on bad roads," said David Goldberg,
(Another jew lobbyist in D.C.)
You can thank the crooks in D.C. for this mess.