Who says there's nothing good about this lousy economy?
Traffic congestion dropped 30% last year from 2010 in the USA's 100 largest metropolitan areas, driven largely by higher gas prices and a spotty economic recovery, according to a new study by a Washington-state firm that tracks traffic flows.
Up next: The malnutrition diet, the "my company just got downsized" vacation and the foreclosure camping trip from the third straight "Other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?" recovery summer.