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Photos: 25 most congested North American cities -- and where Denver falls

Think Denver traffic is bad? You're right -- although there are plenty of other places that have it worse. INRIX.com tracks traffic across a broad spectrum of communities, and its scorecard for the 25 most congested cities in North America includes the Mile High City.

Where's Denver fall? We've compiled the top 25, complete with photos and data showing how many hours drivers in each place have wasted in the past year, the past month and the current month. Count them down below.

Number 25: Dallas Hours wasted in congestion trailing 12 months: 22.0 hours Hours wasted in congestion current month: 1.6 hours Hours wasted in congestion month last year: 1.7 hours Number 24: Tampa Hours wasted in congestion trailing 12 months: 21.6 hours Hours wasted in congestion current month: 1.9 hours Hours wasted in congestion month last year: 1.9 hours Number 23: Atlanta Hours wasted in congestion trailing 12 months: 26 hours Hours wasted in congestion current month: 2.6 hours Hours wasted in congestion month last year: 1.9 hours Number 22: Baltimore Hours wasted in congestion trailing 12 months: 26.7 hours Hours wasted in congestion current month: 2.2 hours Hours wasted in congestion month last year: 2.2 hours Number 21: Denver Hours wasted in congestion trailing 12 months: 24.0 hours Hours wasted in congestion current month: 2.4 hours Hours wasted in congestion month last year: 1.7 hours Continue to keep counting down the 25 most congested North American cities.
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