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Congestion Data for Your City

Posted by Content Coordinator on Thursday, October 13th, 2011

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE

Each regional map has dots linking to a file containing the Urban Mobility and Congestion Statistics—congestion index, travel delay, fuel consumption, congestion cost—for every city included in the study. The files are in PDF format. You can get the numbers—all the numbers—for each of the 101 cities. You can also view the national congestion tables which provide comparison measurements for all 101 cities included in the study.

Excel spreadsheet (2.0MB) of the base statistics for the 101 urban areas and population group summary statistics. There are no individual congestion statistics for the 338 other urban areas.

Congestion Data for Your City

Congestion Data for Your City

Congestion Data for Your City

Download full version (PDF): Congestion Data for Your City

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“The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), a member of The Texas A&M University System, seeks solutions to the problems and challenges facing all modes of transportation. TTI, which celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2010, works on over 600 research projects with over 200 sponsors annually at all levels of government and the private sector. TTI is recognized as one of the finest higher education-affiliated trans­portation research agencies in the nation and helps prepare students for transportation careers.”

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