Traffic Data company Inrix released its Traffic Scorecard Annual Report. The report analyzes and compares traffic congestion in the top 100 metropolitan markets in the U.S. For the first time, the report is interactive with Tableau Digital.
What did they find? Well, the Inrix Index is down 30% in 2012 vs 2011, meaning we're all spending less time in gridlock.
Also, in the nation's most congested corridors, drivers spend an average of 60 hours a year in traffic.
The dashboard has a lot of interesting findings. Check out your city or read their findings. Or if you're in Honolulu, Los Angeles or San Francisco, don't-- it'll just depress you. Perhaps we'll see people moving from those cities to Worcester and Virginia Beach?