Pennsylvania's first official transportation report card gave high marks to highway safety and low grades to road maintenance and bridge conditions.
Issued Friday, as state lawmakers begin to craft a new state budget, the report called for more money for highways, bridges and public transit.
Gov. Corbett has proposed a $1.8 billion boost in transportation funding, to be paid for with higher gas taxes.
Friday's report was essentially a self-assessment, prepared for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and two advisory panels by consultant Gannett Fleming Inc. It cost $70,000.