Miami Among the Nation's Worst Cities For Congested Traffic
Here's something to read on your smartphone while sucking exhaust and staring at the miles of immobile cars ahead of you on the Dolphin this morning: A new report out of Texas A&M University ranks Miami among the 15 worst cities in America for traffic congestion.
The A&M study is widely considered the best measure of rage-inducing traffic congestion, and includes a number of interesting stats, including the number of hours lost in traffic and a metric that measures how much longer what should be a half-hour drive will actually take.
A chart of the worst gridlock in America.
via Texas A&M University
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