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Here's What Every U.S. State Is Worst At

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10. Georgia: Traffic
According to a study from the American Transportation Research Institute, the worst traffic for trucks is in Atlanta, Georgia. The worst bottleneck happens on the Tom Moreland Interchange, which has been colloquially renamed "Spaghetti Junction." It earned this nickname because the interchange experiences massively intertwined road traffic, resembling a messy plate of spaghetti. During peak rush hour times, cars crawl at 20 MPH. 

But there might be a reason why traffic is so bad in Atlanta: in 2020, Georgia's drivers were ranked as some of the worst in the nation.