When it comes to driving, New York and Boston are two of the worst American cities.
Research claims that Democratic mayors are responsible for all of the worst cities to drive in the United States.
According to a survey in MarketWatch, the worst cities in the United States to drive in were all in the top 10 for traffic congestion in 2022.
Democratic mayors are in charge of the top five cities in this ranking, which includes New York, Washington, DC, San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago.
The data was compiled by TomTom, a navigation company, which uses an original metric to assess the frustrations of driving. For every major city in the globe, TomTom records how long it takes the typical motorist to go around six miles.
TomTom released its 2022 Traffic Index late last week, quantifying the pain of driving in 389 cities across the world. Eighty U.S. cities are included in the totals.
In 2022, seven people had shorter commute times than the previous year, while eleven people’s times were the same or slower. The remaining individuals, however, spent a greater proportion of their time stuck in traffic. Commuters in the nation’s capital and Indiana’s capital spent an extra minute and a half for every 6.2 miles driven.
Kastle Systems, which protects more U.S. office buildings than any other firm, has conducted a survey and determined that, for the first time since 2020, American office buildings are at or above their 50% capacity.
In 2023, more of us will be on the road than ever before due to the increased workload that will be expected of us when we return to work in numerous cities.