19th Annual Highway Report - New Hampshire

The state's detailed results in highway performance and cost-effectiveness

New Hampshire

  • Overall Rank in 2008 27
  • Overall Rank in 2007 39
  • Overall Rank in 2006 46
  • Overall Rank in 2005 34
  • Overall Rank in 2000 26

New Hampshire ranks 27th in the nation in state highway performance and cost-effectiveness, improving 12 spots from last year’s report. New Hampshire ranks 33rd in total highway disbursements, 17th in fatalities, 42nd in deficient or functionally obsolete bridges and 16th in urban Interstate congestion. New Hampshire’s best rankings come in rural Interstate condition (1st), state highway agency miles (9th), narrow rural lanes (16th) and urban Interstate congestion (16th). New Hampshire’s lowest rankings are in state-controlled highway miles (45th) and maintenance disbursements (44th). New Hampshire’s complete results:

Performance by Category in 2008  Rank 

  • State-Controlled Highway Miles  45 
  • State Highway Agency Miles  9 
  • Total Disbursements  33 
  • Capital and Bridge Disbursements  21 
  • Maintenance Disbursements  44 
  • Administrative Disbursements  30 
  • Rural Interstate Condition  1 
  • Rural Other Principal Arterial Condition  19 
  • Urban Interstate Condition  25 
  • Urban Interstate Congestion  16 
  • Deficient or Functionally Obsolete Bridges  42 
  • Fatality Rates  17 
  • Narrow Rural Lanes  16

The full 19th Annual Highway Report and other states' rankings are here.

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