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The 10 US Cities With The Worst Commutes

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A recent study by Statista gathered information from the the Texas A&M Transportation Institute to come up with the 10 worst US cities for commuters. Not shockingly, they’re all large metro areas, spending a total of 67 hours ANNUALLY in traffic. That’s just a hair shy of three full days of wanting to take a five iron to the windshield of every car around you. The full list is in the graphic below:

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If you’re not a visual learner, here’s the list in text format:

  1. Washington, DC (67 hours annually)
  2. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana (61 hours annually)
  3. San Francisco-Oakland (61 hours annually)
  4. New York City-Newark (59 hours annually)
  5. Boston (53 hours annually)
  6. Houston (52 hours annually)
  7. Atlanta (51 hours annually)
  8. Chicago (51 hours annually)
  9. Philadelphia (48 hours annually)
  10. Seattle (48 hours annually)

Traffic. #PGP

[via Mashable, Statista]

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Brian McGannon

What do I love? I love happy hour, a good golf tan, and getting moderately drunk during dinner.

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