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According to a new study, Chicago is the worst city for traffic resulting in $1,622 productivity lost for the time wasted in one year for the average driver, and $5.8 billion for the city according to mobility analytics firm Inrix. Chicago Tribune reporter Sarah Freishtat joins John Landecker to look at the numbers and what is being done to alleviate traffic woes.