Los Angeles topped the ’10 Worst Congested Cities’ list, beating out 1,360 cities in 38 countries around the globe.
The report results were calculated 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.
“Traffic congestion doesn’t come cheap. INRIX, a leader in transportation analytics and connected car services estimates that such congestion costs U.S. drivers nearly $305 billion in 2017, or $1,445 per driver. Those costs come directly and indirectly from sources like wasted time, fuel and productivity.”
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