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The drive into and out of Chicago can be brutal, but did you know commuters lose money sitting in traffic?

According to the Chicago Tribune, "The Transportation Institute conducted the study by examining conditions in 494 urban areas, with research support from INRIX, a provider of travel-time information for travelers and shipping companies. For the Chicago metropolitan area, the study figured that each auto commuter loses $1,310 per year to congestion, compared with $1,010 on average nationally. Chicago does better than other large urban areas like Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta, which lose an average of $1,580 annually."



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