Rhode Island
the state with the densest network of major roads — 1,761 miles of highways

Sources: U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Census Bureau
Additional Information:

Rhode Island has 1,761 miles of Interstates, other components of the National Highway System, and other federal-aid highways — 1.7 miles per square mile of land area.

Additional Reference: U.S. Census analysis, "2010 Census of Population and Housing"

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