Connecticut’s infrastructure ranked as one of the worst in U.S.

CNBC’s study says Connecticut has the fourth worst infrastructure in the United States.  The website tagged the state with a D grade after putting up a score of 150 out of a possible 400 points. According to the study’s findings, Connecticut has the second highest percentage of roads considered poor or mediocre in the country, with 73 percent of roads receiving that label. Only Illinois’ roads are considered worse.

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