National State of Good Repair Assessment
Assesses the level of investment required to bring all of our nation┐s public transportation (transit) systems into a state of good repair. While the seven agencies included in the 2009 Rail Modernization Study are responsible for a majority of the nation┐s transit assets, the Study┐s findings emphasize the need for a more comprehensive understanding of transit reinvestment needs. This 2010 National State of Good Repair Assessment evaluates the level of investment required to bring all U.S. transit assets to a state of good repair. The current national SGR backlog is about $77.7 billion. An annual average of $14.4 billion in normal replacement expenditures would be required to keep that backlog from getting larger. Charts and tables.
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