They looked at bridge conditions, poor paving and number of people dying on the roads
INDIANA - Indiana ranks 36th in highway performance and cost effectiveness, according to a report from the Reason Foundation that was released on Thursday.
The report, which ranks the nation's highway systems found that 40 states now have traffic delays that cost drivers at least 20 hours per year.
The rankings look at everything from highway spending to bridge conditions and the number of people who die on the roads annually.
The study found the top-performing and most cost effective highways in South Carolina, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska and Maine.
Overall the study found that the number of deficient bridges across the country is also going down in nearly every state, including Indiana.
The study finds the worst-performing, least cost-effective highway systems are in Alaska, New Jersey, Hawaii, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Miami County, Indiana.
A 20-year-old man was shot in the hand Monday morning on Indianapolis' northeast side.
A Silver Alert has been declared for a missing 80-year-old woman from Granger, Indiana.
We hold onto the mild temperatures to start off the work and school week, but we have to deal with rain and wind.
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