Economic recovery apparently comes with one very unpleasant side effect: traffic. Eight years post-recession, more people are headed into work -- and roadways are getting clogged.
America’s drivers wasted 6.9 billion hours stuck in traffic in 2014, according to a study released today by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute(TTI) and INRIX. That’s 42 hours a year per rush-hour commuter on average.
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