To the surprise of few, data has again shown yet again that the Los Angeles region has the country’s worst traffic. The Los Angeles Times cites a study from Inrix, that finds drivers in the L.A.-Long Beach-Santa Ana region spent 81 hours idling on freeways in 2015, the worst cumulative delay of any U.S. metropolitan area.
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