I live out in Richland and time out my commutes home to avoid Hanford traffic. Not only are there a ton of cars, but just about all of them want to own the road. They also will all nearly hit me when they turn left at an intersection.


That's nothing compared to what you would endure in Seattle, where commuters will spend an extra 66 hours in their car a year, 2 hours more than in 2014.

Seattle currently ranks as the 6th worst commute time in the United States, only behind LA, DC, Houston, and New York City.