Transportation code enforcement has gotten a lot tougher in recent years, but there are still some areas that have become more congested than others.
The Houston metropolitan area is by far the most congesting area, with a maximum of 1.3 vehicles per 1,000 people.
In the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, the number is 1.7, but traffic is still significantly more than the state average.
Houston has seen a significant increase in vehicle traffic, with nearly 2,500 more vehicles on the road compared to the state’s average of 1,500 vehicles per person.
There are many factors that can lead to congestion, but one of the biggest is an increase in people living in densely populated areas.
That increases the chance of accidents.
Worth, more than 50 percent of residents live in the city limits.
That means more than 300 vehicles per vehicle is almost always going to create a dangerous situation.
The number of collisions per capita is even higher in the Dallas area, where the number of accidents has increased nearly fivefold over the last decade.
As a result, traffic jams are more likely to occur.
For example, in Houston, the rate of accidents in the downtown core has increased by nearly 50 percent since 2000.
This means that about 15 percent of traffic jams in downtown areas in Dallas-fort Worth occur due to a collision.
There is no shortage of other ways to create more traffic jams.
In Texas, there are a variety of ways to make a car trip more difficult.
The state has passed several ordinances that prohibit drivers from going more than five miles per hour over the speed limit.
Additionally, people in certain communities can only drive within the boundaries of a community designated as a high-speed zone.
In addition, many drivers are allowed to exceed the speed limits in certain areas.
For instance, drivers in the northwest Texas city of San Antonio have been able to exceed 100 mph in some areas.
In other parts of Texas, the limit is 100 mph or less in certain rural areas.
If you’re looking for more ways to get around congestion in your area, check out our Traffic Jam Detector app.