From SF Business Times:
“Traffic congestion on the Bay Area’s freeways surged 10 percent last year, a new report from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) released this week has found.
The MTC found that about one third of the worst congestion, defined as time spent in traffic going at or under 35 miles per hour, is happening in Alameda County. Overall, weekday traffic congestion has leapt 80 percent in the Bay Area since 2010, the agency said, and almost all of it is related to commuting issues region wide.”
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