Cincinnati is the worst city for traffic in the state of Ohio, according to a recent survey.
Navigation and mapping company Tom Tom measured travel times during the entire day and peak periods to determine the worst cities for traffic in the United States.
During peak traffic congestions, Cincinnatians with a 30 minute commute spend an extra 16 minutes driving. That's 60 hours drivers spent in their vehicles last year due to traffic congestion.
Cincinnati took the 40th spot in the study's ranking of the most traffic congested U.S. cities with an overall congestion level of 15 percent. Columbus came in at 42 and Cleveland at 144.
The best bet for making it to and from work in a timely fashion is Friday morning and Monday evening. Worst weekly commute period is Tuesday mornings and Thursday and Friday evenings.
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