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Traffic Congestion (Archives, 1982-2017)

Summary: Traffic congestion measures in U.S. metropolitan areas

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This database provides traffic congestion information for urban areas in the United States. Data are provided for costs, delays, fuel consumption, and related factors. A total of 498 urban areas are included for the category All 498 Areas; the 101 Area Average reflects 101 selected areas (Very large, large, medium, and small, as indicated) for which detailed data are reported.  See Traffic Congestion Background for a glossary of terms. 

Geographic Coverage: Metropolitan Area, City or Other Local Government

Periodicity: Annually

Series Begins/Ends: 1982 - 2017

Data Source: Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System

Updated:  Nov. 20, 2019 Next update: None

Please enter a state or local area.    <li>Very large (101 Urban Areas) = areas with greater than 3 million people</li>

<li>Large (101 Urban Areas) = areas with 1-3 million people</li>

<li>Medium (101 Urban Areas) = areas with 500,000-1 million people</li>

<li>Small (101 Urban Areas) = areas with less than 500,000 people</li>

<li>Other (393 Urban Areas) = areas with assorted population</li>    All

Please enter one or more categories.    See <a href=https://randstatestats.org/stats/community/trafficcong.more.php style=color:#fff; target=_blank>click here</a> for category definitions.    All

Please choose a time period.