Texas A&M Transportation Institute's annual Urban Mobility Report says traffic delays in congested areas of Los Angeles and Orange counties were far worse than the national average, with drivers spending an average of 61 hours a year in congestion. But that was not the worst among urban areas. That dubious honor went to Washington. We're only No. 2, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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