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6 out of 10 Regions with Most Crowded Roads are in California

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As if we didn't know that. But here are the numbers, according to a 2003 data the San Bernardino Associated Governments was recently looking at, courtesy of Streetsblog LA. The L.A.-Long Beach-Santa Ana topped the list for miles driven per highway lane-mile. Then their own Riverside-San Bernardino came in second. San Francisco-Oakland took third with San Diego and Sacramento taking fourth and fifth. At ten was Oxnard-Ventura. Non-California cities that made the top 10 list included Chicago, Atlanta, Houston and Miami.

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