Public Road Length by State

Written by Carly Hallman

Every day, millions of Americans, including yourself, drive or commute to work on public roads. When you go to the grocery store, drive to the movies, go on vacation, etc., you are constantly using public roads. But did you ever think how long those roads would be if you lined them all up? This infographic details the total length of public roads per state.

Public Road Length by state

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Public Road Length by State

In miles

  • Alabama 101,837
  • Alaska 15,680
  • Arizona 66,441
  • Arkansas101,656
  • California 174,989
  • Colorado 88,565
  • Connecticut 21,474
  • Delaware 6,393
  • District of Columbia 1,501
  • Florida 122,088
  • Georgia 128,620
  • Hawaii 4,430
  • Idaho 48,082
  • Illinois 145,708
  • Indiana 97,553
  • Iowa 114,429
  • Kansas 140,687
  • Kentucky 79,598
  • Louisiana 61,427
  • Maine 22,882
  • Maryland 32,422
  • Massachusetts 36,370
  • Michigan 122,141
  • Minnesota 138,767
  • Mississippi 75,116
  • Missouri 131,900
  • Montana 74,933
  • Nebraska 93,770
  • Nevada 40,139
  • New Hampshire 16,098
  • New Jersey 39,293
  • New Mexico 70,772
  • New York 114,728
  • North Carolina 106,202
  • North Dakota 87,078
  • Ohio 123,297
  • Oklahoma 112,940
  • Oregon 71,228
  • Pennsylvania 119,936
  • Rhode Island 6,106
  • South Carolina 66,232
  • South Dakota 82,558
  • Tennessee 95,536
  • Texas 313,228
  • Utah 46,254
  • Vermont 14,266
  • Virginia 74,748
  • Washington 82,448
  • West Virginia 38,750
  • Wisconsin 115,145
  • Wyoming 29,024

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