INRIX analyzed and ranked more than 100,000 traffic hotspots in the 25 most congested U.S. cities. The economic cost of hotspots was also calculated in terms of lost time, wasted fuel and carbon emissions over the next decade.
Insights from the US Traffic Hotspot Study include:
Bob Pishue, Senior Economist at INRIX, discusses the findings in the study further, which you can read in his blog.
Bob Pishue, Senior Economist at INRIX
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