If you're a commuter in Vancouver who thinks your drive is the absolute worst, the good news is you're correct.
GPS maker TomTom said Vancouver is Canada's most congested city with the average person experiencing 87 hours of delay time each year, based on a 30-minute daily commute.
Toronto came in second, with commuters facing 83 hours of delays annually in 2013. The traffic index looked at data from before major roadwork got underway in Canada's largest city.
Ottawa was third, followed by Montreal and Calgary.
Worldwide, Moscow was ranked the worst place to be a commuter, followed by Istanbul and Rio de Janeiro.
Trying to take shortcuts around the problem doesn't really help, either, the report said. Drivers who try to avoid congestion are actually taking "longcuts," and tend to add 50% more travel time to their drives.