Which Illinois roads are worst in 2018?
A new study finds that the Illinois highway system has suffered serious traffic congestion issues and that there is a growing trend to use older roads as a secondary roadway.
In addition, some of the roads are underperforming due to lack of repair and maintenance work, and the average fuel economy of Illinois’ interstate system is worse than in other states.
The study, published Monday in the journal Transportation Research Part A, is the first to assess Illinois’ road condition, and comes after several high-profile road crashes in recent years.
The authors say they were surprised to find that a majority of the states highways are in poor condition, which has a significant impact on safety and fuel economy.
The roads are generally built to last, the study found, but some are aging and some are failing due to structural and maintenance problems.
It also found that Illinois is experiencing an increase in vehicle crashes, with one in every 10 crashes involving a vehicle traveling at 60 mph or higher.
The road system is plagued by problems such as deteriorating sidewalks, bridges, and traffic signals, and some highways are underpasses with narrow lanes and little access to pedestrians, according to the study.
In many cases, Illinois’ highways are not even designed to accommodate vehicles.
For instance, the Illinois State Highway Administration recommends that highways be designed to be used as secondary roads for pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles with a capacity of at least five passengers.
The U.S. Department of Transportation and Illinois Department of Public Works have identified ways to improve Illinois’ transportation infrastructure, including adding more lanes and widening existing roads.
But the road system remains plagued by major traffic problems.
“Illinois has the worst road condition in the country,” said the study’s lead author, J.L. Dolan, a professor of transportation engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
“If you have a highway system that is poorly designed, poorly maintained, and that is not designed to handle the number of people who travel on it every day, then you are not going to be able to maintain it for the long term.”
The study used three metrics to examine Illinois’ highway performance.
One metric is the number and type of accidents that occurred each year.
This metric includes crashes involving cars, trucks, buses, and recreational vehicles, as well as those involving pedestrians, cyclists, and other road users.
The other two metrics were total number of accidents and total number, as opposed to the number that resulted in fatalities.
The first metric is an average of the number per year, the second metric is a percentage, and last, there was a breakdown by county.
The average of these three metrics showed that Illinois had an average number of traffic accidents of 2,049 in 2018.
“These data show a clear trend of deterioration in the road conditions and congestion that we see in the state,” Dolan said.
“The state is struggling with the worst traffic congestion in the nation, and we have one of the worst average traffic speeds in the U.N. States average speed is less than 60 miles per hour.
We have not seen that in Illinois for some time.”
In 2017, the average speed on Interstate 70 was 61.9 miles per day, according the National Transportation Safety Board, and there were 1,621 crashes on the road.
Illinois ranks 19th in the United States for the average time that people spend on highways, and 19th for the number people who die in traffic accidents each year, according a 2017 study.
Dlan also pointed out that the study did not look at any specific types of vehicles.
“We do not have the numbers to know which type of vehicles were most involved in crashes or fatalities, but we do know that there are significant safety and vehicle-related impacts on both sides of the highway,” Dlan said.
For the new study, Dolan and his colleagues looked at all Illinois counties with populations between 300,000 and 9 million, including the cities of Chicago and Urbancastown.
The researchers used data from the Illinois Highway Patrol to calculate the number, type, and percentage of traffic crashes that occurred in the counties.
In total, there were 4,547 accidents on the roads in Illinois.
In 2017 alone, the number was 2,058.
Overall, the researchers found that the counties with the most crashes were Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, including Champaign, Joliet, Jolonia, and Waukegan.
The report also found the following: Illinois had a total of 2.2 million vehicles traveling on Illinois highways in 2017.
This includes 2,933 commercial vehicles, 7,945 motor homes, and 7,856 other vehicles.
In 2018, Illinois had the third highest total number per capita of motor vehicles per capita in the world at 3,723.
This was followed by New York City with 2,531.
In other words, there are about 1,600 commercial motor vehicles on the