Jeremy's Notebook

A Good Place to Drive

February 6, 2013

trafficPensacola drivers have it pretty good according to a recently released study.

The Texas A & M Transportation Institute released its Annual Urban Mobility Report this week. The report concludes that Americans are wasting $121 billion waiting in traffic, and listed areas with the worse conditions.

The city of Pensacola was listed as the least-congested city, costing commuters an estimated nine extra minutes in travel time. At the opposite end of the spectrum was Washington D.C., where drivers expect a commute to take six times as long as it would without congested traffic.

Trailing D.C. on the report’s worst-of list are Los Angeles, San Francisco-Oakland, New York-Newark, Boston, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia and Seattle.
To view the Texas A & M Transportation Institute’s report, check here

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