Damaged Roadways Cost Drivers in Greater L.A. Area $1,031 Yearly in Maintenance: Report

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As Congress discusses a highway bill meant to address road repairs, a research group's report, released Thursday, said damaged roadways in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana area cost drivers as much as $1,031 a year in added maintenance. The greater L.A. metro area ranks only behind San Francisco among U.S. cities as having the highest percentage of roads in poor condition, according to the report from TRIP. Mark Mester reports from Hollywood for the KTLA5 Morning News on Thursday, July 23, 2015.

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