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Why Can't I Get Where I Am Going?

2005 Urban Mobility Study
From the Texas Transportation Institute (Texas A&M University)a new report on traffic statistics and conditions in major urban areas

From from the Texas Transportation Institute press release: "Despite slow growth in jobs and travel, traffic congestion continues to worsen, researchers say, costing Americans $63.1 billion a year. The 2005 Urban Mobility Report measures traffic congestion trends from 1982 to 2003, reflecting the most recent data available. If today?s higher fuel prices are factored in, the cost jumps another $1.7 billion." Downloadable in sections (PDFs) or as full report (PDF; 620 KB) (via DocuTicker)
Summary Report (PDF; 151 KB)
Congestion Data for Your City
National Congestion Tables
Methodology
[This entry is from The Rsource Shelf, (http://www.resourceshelf.com/)compiled & edited by Gary Price,MLS]

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