More N.J. Motorists Say Local Road Conditions Are ‘Poor’ Than In Past 7 Years, Survey Shows

bumpy roadsThat rattle of teeth and that rumbling you keep hearing? It’s not you. It’s your road. The approval rating for local roads in New Jersey is the worst it’s been, according to a AAA Clubs of New Jersey biennial survey of Garden State motorists. And, judging from past results, they have been getting a little worse each year since 2003. A record 20 percent of the motorists surveyed described the condition of their local town and county roads as “poor,” worse than the 18 percent in the 2007 survey and 16 percent six years ago. The agency surveyed 1,000 motorists from across the state in November and the data was made available today

The survey did not ask respondents which roads they considered the worst. Full story in Star Ledger.

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