Ohio Receives Poor Grades for Roads, Bridges

Despite spending more than $3.5 billion last fiscal year on transportation infrastructure, Ohio gets poor grades for its roads (D grade) and bridges (C+) in the Ohio Council of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2021 report card for infrastructure. The report says that 6% of the state’s 44,736 bridges and 17% of its nearly 123,000 miles of public roads are in poor condition.

For an overview of the state’s transportation infrastructure funding, Ohio’s non-partisan Legislative Service Commission has produced this infographic. 2/22/2021