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(KSL News) It may not seem like it, but a new report shows traffic delays in the Salt Lake Valley are on the decline.
A recent Urban Mobility Report shows Salt Lake drivers spent an annual average of 27 hours in traffic in 2005. That's about five hours less than in 1995.
Nationwide, drivers saw a seven-hour increase during the same time period.