Normally when your city is #28 on a list of 297 cities, that’s a good thing. Not so much when you’re talking about traffic. According to the INRIX global traffic scorecard, the largest of its kind analyzing traffic congestion in 1,360 cities around the world, Baton Rouge sits at the #28 spot out of 297 cities in the U.S. with 32 hours spent in “traffic congestion”. That’s about 2.6 hours per month.
It could be worse. Los Angeles came in at #1 in the U.S. with drivers sitting in their cars a whopping 102 hours going nowhere.
See the full report here.