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SF traffic: study shows traffic is as bad as we thought

If it seems like you’re spending more time behind the wheel than ever, it’s not an illusion. Since 2010, the amount of time Bay Area drivers are crawling along in freeway congestion has soared 70 percent. The worst commute is the six-mile afternoon drive from northbound U.S. 101 through San Francisco to eastbound I-80 at Yerba Buena Tunnel. Following closely behind at No.
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