This U.S. City Is The Worst Place To Drive In The World

Bad news for the city of angels: Los Angeles has been named as the U.S. city with the worst traffic for the sixth year in a row.

According to the latest research conducted by Inrix, drivers in Los Angeles can expect to spend roughly 102 hours stuck in traffic over the course of a year. That amounts in almost $3,000 per driver in wasted gas and missed work time.

Moscow, Russia and New York City tied for second place with 91 hours, while Sao Paulo, Brazil (86 hours) and San Francisco (79 hours) came in third and fourth, respectively.

New York’s Cross Bronx Expressway came out as the worst driving corridor in the U.S. for the third year in a row. Here’s hoping that L.A. can keep things moving in 2018.