Traffic Congestion to Cost U.S. $2.8 Trillion by 2030

October 14, 2014
Without significant action to alleviate congestion, this cost is expected to increase 50 percent to $186 billion by 2030. The cumulative cost over the 17-year period is projected to be $2.8 trillion--the same amount Americans collectively paid in U.S. taxes last year.
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