The Texas A&M Transportation Institute published its annual analysis of the state's most congested roadways on Friday, for the first time ranking nearly 1,800 corridors in 24 regions across Texas.
The study provides detailed mobility information for specific cities throughout the state, and illustrates how traffic congestion is no longer simply a "big-city problem."
The information includes numerous congestion measures, such as:
· Annual person-hours of delay
· Annual person-hours of delay caused by trucks
· Annual fuel wasted due to congestion
· Annual congestion cost
Click on the link below to see the full list of roadways.
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