There are several cities across the United States renowned for their notably inadequate road conditions. Whether it's due to substantial potholes or infrastructure issues, poorly maintained roads not only pose dangers and frustrations for drivers but also lead to costly vehicle repairs. So, which cities in the United States are considered to have the most problematic roads? An infographic created by Teletrac Navman examines road conditions in major urban areas throughout the country, aiming to identify the cities with the worst roads in the United States. The infographic presents a comparison of cities with the poorest and best road conditions. According to their research, the five cities with the worst roads in the United States are San Francisco-Oakland (CA), San Jose (CA), Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim (CA), Honolulu (HI), and Milwaukee (WI). Conversely, the five cities with the best road conditions are Orlando (FL), Atlanta (GA), Boston (MA-NH-RI), Jacksonville (FL), and Portland (OR).