Gallery: Motorists Wasted 3.9 Billion Gallons of Fuel Due to Traffic in...


As the economy has started picking up, so has the congestion on our streets, a new study from Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University has found. According to the study, our traffic levels are starting to resemble pre-recession levels nationally, forcing people to spend more money on gasoline, which is wasted while cars idle in traffic.

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  1. StarrWulfe January 25, 2011 at 3:17 am

    …They would have to use a picture of Atlanta for this story… I love the ATL, but dammit if I don’t HATE the traffic!! If ever there was a poster city for urban sprawl+point-the-finger-politics+NIMBY approaches for solving the problems…. Atlanta gets the Gold Medal every time…

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