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.

READ MORE: 5,000-6,000 Gallons Of Gas Spilled Into Washington County Stream

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

READ MORE: Liquor Control Board Report Reveals Unflavored Vodka As Top-Selling Drink In Pennsylvania

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.

MORE NEWS: Police: Brackenridge Homeowner Finds Man At Kitchen Table Eating Ice Cream On Thanksgiving Day

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