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Report: Long Island drivers spend extra 81 hours a year in traffic

The average Long Island driver spends 81 extra hours a year stuck in traffic a report by TRIP, a nonprofit transportation research group shows. Newsday's Steve Langford has the story. Credit: Newsday / Steve Pfost, Jeff Basinger


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