Special Report

America's Worst Cities to Drive In

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30. Florence, SC
> 2018 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 30.6 (state: 20.4)
> Avg. commute time: 22.1 min.
> 2017 hours lost due to congestion per car: 27.0
> Most dangerous road: US-52

29. Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
> 2018 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 13.2 (state: 9.0)
> Avg. commute time: 32.7 min.
> 2017 hours lost due to congestion per car: 10.0
> Most dangerous road: I-10

28. Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA
> 2018 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 7.3 (state: 9.0)
> Avg. commute time: 27.4 min.
> 2017 hours lost due to congestion per car: 35.6
> Most dangerous road: SR-1

27. Salinas, CA
> 2018 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 10.6 (state: 9.0)
> Avg. commute time: 23.9 min.
> 2017 hours lost due to congestion per car: 27.0
> Most dangerous road: US-101

26. Albuquerque, NM
> 2018 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 15.1 (state: 18.7)
> Avg. commute time: 24.2 min.
> 2017 hours lost due to congestion per car: 41.1
> Most dangerous road: I-25

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