No one likes sitting in rush hour traffic, but the Alamo City isn't the worst when it comes to major traffic delays.
Texas A&M University has released its annual Urban Mobility Scorecard, which takes a look at traffic in more than 400 cities and towns across the nation.
In 2014, rush hour traffic in San Antonio ranked 24th in the nation, according to the city's Travel Time Index, which measures how much longer a trip takes during rush hour compared to free-flow conditions. The Alamo City held the same ranking in 2013.
Meanwhile, Austin ranked 10th on the list.
The report also found that travel delays due to traffic congestion caused drivers to waste more than 3 billion gallons of fuel and kept travelers stuck in their cars for nearly 7 billion extra hours.
Check out the full report below.