Whoever first uttered the phrase “patience is a virtue” probably never had to deal with Philadelphia traffic. Either that, or they achieved a state of divine serenity and overcame all human folly while doing so. Sitting in a dead-still lineup of cars has got to be one of the most trying inconveniences of modern life.
The 2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard, compiled by Texas A&M University and data collection agency INRIX, ranks 471 United States metro areas to determine how much time and fuel money is lost to traffic congestion in each city. We pulled data on the 11 worst-ranking Pennsylvania cities— read on to find out which made the list.
No one’s surprised that Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Allentown are the three worst Pennsylvania cities for driving, considering they are the most populous cities in the state; but some of the others are a bit surprising. What do you make of this data?
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