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Most Congested Roads, 2010

Below are the most congested roads in the United States, including the amount of fuel, time, and money spent in 2010.

RoadLocationHours Wasted in TrafficFuel Wasted in Traffic (gallons)Total Cost of Congestion
Harbor FreewayLos Angeles, Calif.1.44 million2.17 million95 million
Van Wyck ExpresswayNew York, N.Y.690,0001.086 million46.9 million
I-35 SouthboundAustin, Tex.546,0001.698 million77.8 million
I-10 EastboundHouston, Tex.475,000951,00043.2 million
Southeast Expressway/1-93 NorthboundBoston, Mass.470,0002.44 million105 million
1-495 Outer LoopWashington, D.C.465,0001.36 million61 million
1-5 SouthBoundSeattle, Wash.441,0001.93 million84.8 million
Penn Lincoln ParkwayPittsburgh, Pa.443,000728,00033.3 million
Dolphin ExpresswayMiami, Fla.431,0001.1 million45.3 million
Stevenson ExpresswayChicago, Ill.414,0001.24 million55 million
Source: Texas Transportation Institute, INRIX, The Weather Channel

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