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Status of the Nation's Highways, Bridges, and Transit: Conditions and Performance. Report to Congress
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Status of the Nation's Highways, Bridges, and Transit: Conditions and Performance. Report to Congress
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    23rd Edition
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    This document is intended to provide decision makers with an objective appraisal of the physical conditions, operational performance, and financing mechanisms of highways, bridges, and transit systems based on both their current state and their projected future state under a set of alternative future investment scenarios. It consolidates conditions, performance, and financial data provided by States, local governments, and public transit operators to present a national-level summary. Some of the underlying data are available through the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT’s) regular statistical publications. The future investment scenario analyses are developed specifically for this report and provide projections at the national level only. This report draws primarily on 2014 data. In assessing recent trends, many of the exhibits presented in this report present statistics for the 10 years from 2004 to 2014. Other charts and tables cover different periods, depending on data availability and years of significance for particular data series. The prospective analyses presented in this report generally cover the 20-year period ending in 2034. Chapter topics include: U.S. highway, bridge, and transit infrastructure assets; highway and transit revenue sources and expenditure patterns; personal travel; mobility and access; highway and transit safety; physical condition of U.S. highway, bridge, and transit assets; capital investment scenarios; conditions and performance of the National Highway Freight Network; and recommendations for Highway Performance Monitoring System changes.
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