The worst roads in the West Midlands and the cost of delays to businesses and people in the region can be revealed.
New research has pinpointed the ten worst hotspots for jams around the West Midlands while it has also emerged the region's motorists spent 74 hours stuck in traffic last year - around 19 minutes a day.
The most congested road in the West Midlands is the M6 interchange with the M54 which takes commuters into Birmingham from the north, according to research by traffic information company TomTom.
The stretch of highway, one of the busiest in Europe, pipped even the A38 (M) Aston Expressway as a constant source of frustration for motorists last year.
Roadworks scheduled to last until the autumn have been taking place between J10a and J13 of the M6.
Safety restrictions, including a 50mph speed limit have been imposed as the £87.5 million upgrade, which includes installing new signs, refuge areas and fences, takes place on the verges and hard shoulder of the motorway.
The southbound stretch of motorway was found to be the slowest highway in the West Midlands between J10A near the M54 and J7 for north Birmingham.
A link road has been proposed between the M54, M6 and M6 Toll to ease congestion.
The top ten in the region:
1: M6 from J10A M54 Interchange to J7 Birmingham (North)
2: A38M Aston Expressway
3: M42 from J2 Hopwood Park to J7 M6 Interchange
4: A5 Watling Street from Weeford to Brownhills
5: A454 Black Country Route from Pleck Road, Walsall to Bilston Road, Willenhall
6: A4600 Ansty Road from Coventry City Centre to M6 J2 Coventry (East)
7: A5 Watling Street from Atherstone (East) to M42 J10 Tamworth
8: A444 Bedworth By-Pass from Nuneaton to M6 J3: Coventry North
9: A4114 Holyhead Road from Coventry City Centre to the Allesley By-Pass
10: A429 Stratford Road from Warwick Town Centre to the M40 J15: Warwick