A new WalletHub study listed Lexington as No. 16 on its list of “Best & Worst Cities to Drive in.” Meanwhile, Louisville ranked No. 59 + Philadelphia, PA came in last at No. 100.
The list was determined based on 30 key indicators compared across 100 large cities. Metrics considered include:
- Road quality
- Annual hours in traffic congestion
- Average gas prices
- Number of auto repair shops
- Accident likelihood
- Parking rates
We’re putting you behind the wheel. Pretend you’re a city planner or road engineer (who knows, maybe you are one). Do you agree with Lexington’s No. 16 ranking? How could Lexington make its roads more driver-friendly? Where would you like to see traffic improvements in our city?
Take our survey to tell us how you really feel.