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Rise in Traffic a Mixed Blessing for the Nation’s Drivers

Feel like traffic has been slowing down lately? You’re not the only one. According to the latest INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI) [please link to release on INRIX.com] drivers across the U.S. spent more time stuck in traffic last June than they did in June 2012, with the national level of traffic congestion jumping by over 8 percent. Great news for economists and policymakers on the lookout for signs of an improving economy, but not so much fun for the rest of us.

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More Traffic and More Good News for the Economy

The latest INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI) shows drivers across the nation spent more time stuck in traffic last May than they did in May 2012, as traffic jumped by almost 10 percent.

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Traffic Jumps as U.S. Economy Shifts into Higher Gear

The latest INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI) shows drivers have been spending a lot more time sitting bumper-to-bumper. Traffic jumped by almost 10 percent during February, for the largest year-over-year increase ever recorded by our 100-metro area index.

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