PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Depending on your perspective, Pittsburgh being ranked as the 34th most congested city is either surprisingly low or something of a relief.

According to a study from INRIX, a company dedicated to studying and managing traffic through data, road sensors, and vehicles, Pittsburgh didn’t even crack the top ten in most congested cities.

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Their results found that commuters in Pittsburgh spend 35 hours per year in traffic.

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While that may not sound like much, it’s a 13% increase from 2018.

Topping the list of most congested cities in the United States was Boston.

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So, while you’re waiting outside the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, remember, it’s only the 34th worst in the country.