The Question:

How does Kansas rank as far as miles of road per state?

The Answer:

According to national transportation statistics (Table HM-10), as of 2004, Texas had 303,176 miles of public roads, more than any other U.S. state. California (169,793) came in a not-so-close second, Illinois (138,626) was third, and Kansas (135,017) was fourth.

—The Fact Monster

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