Study: Gridlock wastes $100 billion annually
Gridlock has a price, according to a new Treasury Department report.
The report said that the time spent stuck in traffic ends up costing $100 billion a year. Those dollars are spent on wasted fuel and lost time.
The report also found that car damage caused by rough roads costs drivers about $400 annually in repairs.
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