These 7 Cities In Florida Have The WORST Traffic

Have you ever been sitting in traffic for the millionth time and tried to calculate how much time or gas you’ve wasted in the last year? The 2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard, created by Texas A&M University with the data collection agency INRIX, ranked 471 metropolitan areas in the U.S. to determine how much traffic congestion cost us in both time and gas money in 2014. Here are Florida’s worst ranking cities:

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Do you live in one of our cities with the worst traffic? Did any of these statistics surprise you? Please leave your comments below.