Boston one of the world's 20 most congested cities

Boston one of the world's 20 most congested cities

Boston one of the world's 20 most congested cities

Britain has been named among the ten most gridlocked countries in the world with motorists spending 31 hours a year stuck in peak-time traffic. However, some might be happy to know that Los Angeles traffic congestion actually went down past year by 2%.

"We are also giving councils record amounts of capital funding - more than £7.1 billion up to 2021, which will help to upgrade and maintain local roads up and down the country".

Seattle drivers spent an average of 55 peak hours in 2017 stuck in congestion, finishing ninth in the United States.

BART considering parking fee increase during peak commute times The report also listed the most congested corridors in the U.S. The 10 Freeway between the 405 and 110 freeways ranked fourth on that list.

Throughout 2017, LA drivers spent 102 hours in congestion during peak time periods, with Moscow and NY coming joint second with 91 hours respectively. INRIX reports that on average, driver waste 118 hours per year in congestion on the 4.7 mile stretch- an increase of 37 percent from the previous year.

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The INRIX study shows that the city's placement cost each Los Angeles driver $2,828 and the city more than $19 billion.

In what may come as no surprise to Bay Area commuters, a global study on traffic congestion has placed the San Francisco area near the top of the list, when it comes to gridlock.

Traffic in Miami is bad not just compared to other US cities, but compared to every city on earth.

In Europe, after Moscow, London has 74 hours of congestion per driver in second with Paris third with 69. The lanes carry traffic south toward Dallas in the morning and then north toward Denton in the afternoon.

INRIX said it calculated the results by combining anonymous, real-time global positioning system probe data from 300 million connected cars and devices with real-time traffic flow data and other criteria, such as construction and road closures.

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