When your average commute time is around 20 minutes, only the most impatient drivers would complain about traffic in the Yakima Valley. Are you one of them?

While I do count myself among the impatient from time to time, I do know that we have it pretty good here in Yakima, having lived in the Seattle gridlock for a few years. Nevertheless, a topic came up recently on social media, talking about some of the Valley's most problematic intersections. Problematic from a traffic and safety standpoint.

What Are The Top 10 Worst Intersections in Yakima?

This list is by no means exhaustive, and we hope that it brings to mind an intersection in the Valley that you feel should be nominated. You can reach out through the station app to let us know.

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We took suggestions from Social Media chatter that seemed to include a few key criteria: safety, difficulty in navigation, heavy traffic, and long wait times.

Top 10 Worst Intersections in Yakima

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