Honolulu is America's worst traffic city, beating out Los Angeles and New York City, according to the fifth annual INRIX Traffic Scorecard released Tuesday.
In 2011, Honolulu drivers wasted 58 hours in traffic, according to the report.
The worst hour was on Tuesday between 5:15 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Honolulu also had the 19th most-congested corridor in the U.S. last year. The eastbound lanes of the H-1 Viaduct to Ward Avenue had a travel time of 13 minutes with an average speed of 17 miles per hour. The worst peak travel time for this corridor was in the afternoon. In 2010, this corridor was ranked 35th worst in the nation.
In 2011, the U.S. saw a 30 percent drop in traffic congestion. The drop in traffic congestion follows two years of modest increases in 2009, which had a one percent increase, and 2010, which had a 10 percent increase.
The last time American experienced a similar decline was in 2008, when traffic congestion plummeted by 34 percent.
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