Ohio receives C- on infrastructure report card

OHIO — Ohio was given a C- on its annual report card by the American Society of Engineers a week after the passage of the $1 trillion federal infrastructure bill, according to our partners at WCPO.

“Ohio’s civil engineers studied 16 categories of infrastructure,” the report stated. “Of those 16, two infrastructure categories are in good condition, seven are in mediocre condition and seven are in poor condition.”

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This is how Ohio graded in each category:

  • Bridges: C+
  • Dams: C-
  • Drinking water: D+
  • Energy: C
  • Hazardous Waste: D+
  • Inland Waterways: D+
  • Levees: D
  • Parks: C-
  • Ports: C
  • Rail: B
  • Roads: D
  • Schools: C+
  • Solid Waste: B-
  • Stormwater: D+
  • Transit: D
  • Wastewater: C-