U.S. Highway Congestion Has Dropped 62% Since 2007 [Headlines]

U.S. Highway Congestion Has Dropped 62% Since 2007 [Headlines]
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70% of the 100 most congested cities in America have seen a decline or no change in congestion levels.

Allie Walker
  • 24 may 2012

A recent report from INRIX shows a whooping 62% decline in highway traffic congestion since 2007. Of the 100 most congested cities in America, 70% saw a decline or no change in congestion. Researchers reason that rising fuel prices and the lingering effects of the 2007 Recession have meant less drivers on the road. Business Insider

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