Study Shows Lewisboro Drivers Spent 53 Hours In Traffic Jams

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Westchester and New York City drivers spent an average of 53 hours in traffic jams last year.
Westchester and New York City drivers spent an average of 53 hours in traffic jams last year. Photo Credit: Department of Transportation

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A recent report released by INRIX National Traffic revealed that Westchester County and New York City drivers spent approximately 53 hours snarled in traffic jams in 2013.

The 53 hours in gridlock constitutes a 5 percent increase over the time spent in traffic in 2012.

Among the worst traffic corridors in Westchester were:

  • New York Hutchinson River Pkwy Northbound near Webster Avenue, Exit 16 Mamaroneck Road and Exit 22
  • Interstate 287, westbound near Exit 9

The Top 10 Worst Cities for Traffic in America in 2013, along with total annual hours wasted in traffic, were:
1) Los Angeles (64 hours, up 5 hours from 2012)
2) Honolulu (60 hours, up 10 hours from 2012)
3) San Francisco (56 hours, up 7 hours from 2012)
4) Austin (41 hours, up 3 hours from 2012)
5) New York (53 hours, up 3 hours from 2012)
6) Bridgeport (42 hours, up 3 hours from 2012)
7) San Jose (35 hours, up 4 hours from 2012)
8) Seattle (37 hours, up 2 hours from 2012)
9) Boston (38 hours, up 7 hours from 2012)
10) Washington, D.C. (40 hours, down 1 hour from 2012)

Click here to read the full INRIX study. 

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