Table 1-5: New Jersey Road Condition by Functional System -- Rural

Table 1-5: New Jersey Road Condition by Functional System -- Rural

(Miles)

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  1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Interstate (total reported) 111 112 113 113 111 120
Very good 0 0 0 0 1 1
Good 10 10 32 32 41 46
Fair 32 32 34 34 41 45
Mediocre 56 57 24 24 20 20
Poor 13 13 23 23 8 8
Not reported 6 7 6 6 9 0
Other principal arterial (total reported) 444 444 444 444 448 524
Very good 0 0 0 0 0 0
Good 20 20 43 43 36 65
Fair 387 386 264 264 322 368
Mediocre 37 38 76 76 41 42
Poor 0 0 61 61 49 49
Not reported 84 89 88 88 85 9
Minor arterial (total reported) 359 427 407 399 411 385
Very good 0 0 0 0 0 0
Good 4 4 57 65 26 15
Fair 244 295 263 240 340 314
Mediocre 76 93 38 41 13 16
Poor 35 35 49 53 32 40
Not reported 31 61 81 90 76 108
Major collector (total reported) N N N N N 57
Very good N N N N N 0
Good N N N N N 22
Fair N N N N N 35
Mediocre N N N N N 0
Poor N N N N N 0
Not reported N N N N N N

KEY: N = data do not exist.

NOTE: In 2000, the Federal Highway Administration began reporting road condition for rural major collectors using the International Roughness Index, if available. In prior years, data were only available using the Present Serviceability Rating.

NOTE FOR DATA ON THIS PAGE: Road condition is based on measured pavement roughness using the International Roughness Index (IRI). IRI is a measure of surface condition. A comprehensive measure of pavement condition would require data on other pavement distresses such as rutting, cracking, and faulting.

SOURCE FOR DATA ON THIS PAGE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics, Washington, DC: annual editions, tables HM-63 and HM-64, available at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ as of Feb. 1, 2002.