Not to sound like a broken record, but our local roads aren’t in great shape. We told you that when developing our long term tranpsortation plan Horizon 2040, and now a new study by national transportation research group TRIP is telling you that.

TRIP says damaged roads costs the average Spokane driver $1,423 a year in increased maintenance, fuel, traffic accidents and time lost in traffic. But there’s also costs incurred by collisions and the cost to the economy that bad roads take.

The Spokesman-Review looks at the numbers.

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