Chicago and New York are the first two U.C.L.A. cities to have more than two hours of day-time traffic in the past 30 years.
The data comes from a new interactive visualization of the state’s transportation network called Traffic, by Axios.
Chicago has about 6,300 daily commutes and 4,200 daily trips, according the data.
New York has about 8,000 daily commutions and 2,600 daily trips.
The most recent data is from January.
According to the data, New York is the state with the highest average day-only commute of more than 10 minutes per day, while Chicago is the second highest at 4.7 minutes.