- Mar 3, 2009
Forbes lists America's 100 worst intersections
One thing the data show is that congestion has dropped. The 30% drop is being attributed to fuel prices and economic difficulties. People drive less when the economy stinks, apparently. Construction projects have jostled some of the listings, as well, with past problems disappearing completely off the list once the newly improved roads are fully opened. According to the Inrix data, your commute could actually benefit from terrible economic conditions, high fuel prices and those much-vaunted shovel-ready stimulus projects.
[Source: Forbes, Photo: nypostmasters.org]