Average L.A. Driver Stuck in Traffic 63 Hours a Year
The annual Urban Mobility Report results are in and...whoa: on average, a driver in Los Angeles spends sixty-three hours wasting away in traffic delays. Just. Ouch.
According to the LA Times, Chicago drivers spend 70 hours a year patiently (or not) waiting through traffic delays. Los Angeles also ranked #4 in the nation for transit improvements and #1 for operational improvements such as adding carpool lanes and freeway ramp meters.