Connecticut ranked 46th overall in Reason’s 2018 highway report. On spending, Connecticut ranks 46th in total spending per mile ($209,157) and 47th in capital and bridge costs per mile ($96,956). Despite its relatively small highway system — it is the nation’s 44th-largest — Connecticut sits in the bottom five in three of Reason’s spending-per-mile categories (total spending per mile, capital and bridge costs per mile and administrative costs per mile). Connecticut’s best rankings are rural fatality rate (4th) and overall fatality rate (11th). Connecticut’s worst rankings are in administrative disbursements per mile (50th) and capital and bridge disbursements per mile (47th).