15. If You Weren't In New York, You'd Be Home By Now
According to CNN, of the ten worst cities for driving, Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan rank first, second and fourth respectively. The only reason the Bronx didn't make the cut is because the researcher reporting the data is still trapped somewhere on the Major Deegan.
The only thing that takes longer than driving from point A to point B in New York is finding a place to park. Barclays Center could actually be defined as a small planet by astronomers mistaking circling commuters trying to get to a Nets game for orbiting moons. Traffic is so bad that New Yorkers must find increasingly resourceful ways of getting to work on time. That bearded guy always drenched in sweat who rides a unicycle up First Avenue? That's not quirkiness, that's desperation.