Bay Area Freeway Congestion Worse Than Ever According to New Report

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The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) released their annual report on freeway congestion last week. The report confirms what many Bay Area commuters already know -- that traffic has gotten worse. Across the Bay Area congestion is up 22 percent from 2014, with stretches between the South Bay and San Francisco dominating the top 10 list. We'll discuss what slow downs are the worst and what solutions, if any, are on the horizon.

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Fresh Data Show Big Jump in Freeway Congestion for 2015 (


Randy Rentschler, director of Legislation and Public Affairs, Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Dan Brekke, blogger and Online Editor, KQED News