There's a tired meme on social media about how much worse roads in Michigan are when compared to Ohio. Smooth pavement in the Buckeye state is said to become a pothole filled, gravelly-bombed minefield when crossing into Michigan.

But this photo from southern Ohio will throw all of that out forever.

The road shown below is Ohio State Route 83 which runs nearly the entire lengh of the state from the shores of Lake Erie south to almost the Ohio River and the Kentucky state line.

The image was taken in Washington County and depicts a rural portion of the roadway which had been under construction for many months after a landslide closed a portion of the road.

Cautions to not drive around road-closed barriers have happened in Michigan as well. Earlier this year the Cass County Road Commission caught a photo of a driver who somehow got themselves into quite a mess.

And if you think their roads are bad, Ron tipped us to this incredibly awful stretch of railroad in Ohio that looks like a trail could derail there anytime. Watch how slowly the locomotive has to take these tracks.