TRIP Issues Report on Cost of Deficient Roads to California Motorists

Los Angeles Daily News reports, “Driving on ‘deficient roads’ costs motorists in California more than $53 billion a year, and those in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana area are shelling out on average $2,800 annually as a result, according to a new report from a transportation research group.”

KPBS reports, “Poor road conditions in the San Diego area cost the average motorist about $1,900 a year due to higher vehicle costs, traffic crashes and congestion-related delays, according to a report released Wednesday by TRIP, a national transportation research group.”