It is confirmed: the Dallas area's traffic is among the worst in the United States.

According to INRIX Traffic Scorecard statistics for 2013, Dallas had the 22nd-worst traffic in the country.

In 2013, Dallas drivers wasted over 22 hours sitting in congestion.

The worst corridor for congestion in Dallas is I-35E between Mockingbird Lane and I-30. That area was ranked the 47th-worst in the country for back-ups.

Fellow Texans in Austin and Houston deal with even-worse traffic -- the former was ranked the fourth-worst city for traffic, and the latter came in 17th.

Overall congestion in the US rose six percent last year.

Here are the 25 worst US cities for congestion:

  1. Los Angeles, CA
  2. Honolulu, HI
  3. San Francisco, CA
  4. Austin, TX
  5. New York, NY
  6. Bridgeport, CT
  7. San Jose, CA
  8. Seattle, WA
  9. Boston, MA
  10. Washington, DC
  11. Miami, FL
  12. Chicago, IL
  13. Portland, OR
  14. Philadelphia, PA
  15. San Diego, CA
  16. Minneapolis, MN
  17. Houston, TX
  18. Baltimore, MD
  19. Denver, CO
  20. Tampa, FL
  21. Atlanta, GA
  22. Dallas, TX
  23. New Haven, CT
  24. Virginia Beach, VA
  25. Charlotte, NC

The INRIX Traffic Scorecard provides a comprehensive analysis of the state of traffic congestion across the world.

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