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

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

(Miles)

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  1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Interstate (total reported) 793 794 796 796 924 925
Very good 8 8 0 0 0 115
Good 421 422 521 521 533 507
Fair 221 221 151 151 154 134
Mediocre 105 105 105 105 138 96
Poor 38 38 19 19 99 73
Not reported 3 3 0 0 15 15
Other principal arterial (total reported) 1,993 1,989 1,983 1,983 1,817 1,833
Very good 18 18 2 2 2 102
Good 736 737 996 996 965 1,139
Fair 1,000 998 719 719 665 527
Mediocre 155 152 173 173 114 39
Poor 84 84 93 93 71 26
Not reported 7 11 16 16 38 23
Minor arterial (total reported) 4,117 4,083 4,092 4,087 4,091 4,121
Very good 26 25 7 11 10 81
Good 799 848 2,002 1,976 1,972 1,874
Fair 2,886 2,826 1,567 1,554 1,562 2,012
Mediocre 386 366 258 312 297 154
Poor 20 18 258 234 250 0
Not reported 32 33 30 32 33 0
Major collector (total reported) N N N N N 51
Very good N N N N N 0
Good N N N N N 46
Fair N N N N N 5
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.