Traffic, traffic, and more traffic in Ocean County. It feels like it never ends.

I'm lucky enough to drive to work at 5am and come home way before the drive-time traffic jams, but I'm stuck in traffic anyway most of the time. Sometimes it's horrible.

These were chosen by you, thank you for all the emails and your responses on Facebook:

Chosen By You: The 10 Worst Traffic Intersections in Ocean County

It's something we all have to deal with, especially in the summer. But it's not just the summer. Our roads are packed with or without summer traffic. Summer traffic just brings on the extra stress, something we don't need.

I received many emails from Brick residents and I tried to do the ones that are most busy, all the time. There is so much traffic in Brick depending on the time you are there.

Manahawkin was a biggie too, on Rt. 72, especially with summer traffic heading to LBI. Just to get to a grocery store could take 30 minutes while living five or ten minutes away.

We have a lot of busy intersections we have to encounter everyday living here in Ocean County. We don't only have all these intersections and more, but the parkway which is crazy, shore traffic or not. The parkway, on any given day, let alone the weekends, it's crazy for the morning and afternoon drive.

Beachwood residents sending me the traffic on Rt. 9 I totally get, I sit in it a lot. The section of Rt. 166 and getting off of the parkway at S. Toms River is just crazy usually when everyone is coming home from work.

Thank you Ocean County for all of your emails.

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