According to a report in NBCDFW.com, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has been ranked the 10th most congested city in the U.S. in a recent INRIX survey released Monday. Dallas-Fort Worth drivers spent an average of 54 hours sitting in traffic jams in 2017, an improvement from 2016, when drivers spent 59.4 hours in DFW traffic. That could be attributed to the new TEXpress Lanes on Interstate 35E from Denton to Dallas. The Dallas Horseshoe project where I-30 and I-35 meet opened last summer.
Here's the Top Ten most congested cities in America according to the survey...
1) Los Angeles
2) New York
3) San Fancisco
6) Washington D.C.