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Is D.C. traffic the worst? Some studies say no

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Despite what morning drivers might think as they pound their steering wheels in frustration on the Capital Beltway, there may be worse cities for commuting. A new study from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute ranked the Washington area as the worst in the U.S. for traffic congestion, with the average commuter losing 67 hours in delays a year. This is the fourth year in a row in which...

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