Arkansas Highways Rated 36th in New Report

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Arkansas tumbled seven places to No. 36 in a newly released study of the condition and cost-effectiveness state highway system as measured in 11 categories.

The 20th Annual Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems is a project of the Reason Foundation, and the newest results — based on data for 2009-10 — was released this month.

Arkansas was cited among five states whose performance “worsened sharply from 2008.”

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