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Annual Cost of Traffic Congestion Per Auto Commuter
Year: 2011; Region: 50 Largest MSAs

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  $626 $717 $808 $899 $990 $1.0K $1.1K $1.2K $1.3K
  $581 $672 $763 $853 $944 $1.0K $1.1K $1.2K $1.3K $1.3K
 

# of MSAs

        Okl...                            
        San...                            
5 Sal...       Tam...     Por...                      
Pro...       San... Col...   Den...                      
Roc...       Har... Pho... Cha... Aus...                      
Mil... Sac...     Lou... Mem... Vir... Ind...   Nas...           Los...      
Kan... Jac... Min...   San... Pit... Det... Bal... Orl... Phi...   Atl... Chi...     New...      
0 Ric... New... St.... Buf... Bir... Cin... Riv... Las... Dal... Mia... Sea... Hou... Bos...     San...   Was...  
  $581 $672 $763 $853 $944 $1.0K $1.1K $1.2K $1.3K $1.3K
  $626 $717 $808 $899 $990 $1.0K $1.1K $1.2K $1.3K
 

Definition: Dollar value of travel delay and extra fuel consumed in traffic congestion annually per peak traveler (private vehicle drivers and passengers who typically travel in the peak periods).

Notes: Includes only "urban area" of metro area, defined as those areas with population density over 1,000 people per square mile.

Source: Texas Transportation Institute, "2012 Urban Annual Mobility Report" http://mobility.tamu.edu/ums/