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Global Traffic Scorecard – A Guide to Congestion in the US

“The INRIX 2016 Traffic Scorecard analyzed congestion in 1,064 cities — 240 in the U.S. — across 38 countries. The visualization below shows the ranking of the top 100 U.S. cities by the number of peak hours the average commuter spent in congestion. It also includes the economic cost of congestion per driver and the total cost per city in 2016. Los Angeles tops the list as the most congested city in the world, with traffic jams costing drivers $2,408 each or $9.7 billion city wide.”

  • Related – “INRIX, Inc., the world leader in connected car services and transportation analytics…announced that its traffic data will be used by the United States Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and state and regional agencies to assess travel reliability, congestion and emissions.”

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