The weak spots in the report were in categories of system capacity enhancements such as local bridge conditions, pavement reconstruction and transit infrastructure.
The state's performance was ranked as "low" in those areas.
The state received a rating of "good" in its highway safety focus areas, transit ridership and accountability.
The report showed that many of the state's mobility issues are improving because of increased focus on traveler information, traffic signal modernization and freight movement. While measures such as state bridge conditions and project delivery also are improving, additional resources are needed to keep pace with demands, PennDOT said.
The report was a combined effort of the State Transportation Commission, the State Transportation Advisory Committee and PennDOT. The mission was to review the system's status, performance within current resources and opportunities for progress.
To see the full report, visit www.dot.state.pa.us.