Monday , 26 June 2017


Fact #4 from FaceTheFactsUSA.org: Twice the Time Now Spent in Traffic Congestion vs. 2010

We are driving more, but maybe enjoying it less. Americans drive nearly twice as many miles as they did in 1980, but miles of public roads have increased 6% and, as such, we spend more than twice as much time in traffic congestion as we did in 2010.

 

This is the 4th in a series of 100 provocative, useful facts about big issues facing American voters which are being presented by www.FaceTheFactsUSA.org every day until the election to help Americans debunk myths, hold better conversations, get involved, and make choices as smarter citizens.

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Fact#4* Released: Aug. 2, 2012 Infrastructure

Simply maintaining those roads in their current state costs $101 billion a year. Drivers log an average of 13,476 miles per year, or 37 miles a day. The number of Americans with driver’s licenses increased 45 percent, from 145 million in 1980 to 210 million in 2010.

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