— For the past three months, Miami has been a nightmare for motorists as drivers try to exit a highway on a high-speed, lane-changing, turn-pike exit.
Drivers in the area are stuck on the exit for hours, and have no way of finding a nearby exit.
Traffic jams are the latest in a long list of frustrating, frustrating problems facing the state.
It’s become a national problem.
Some states are also facing a growing number of problems as they try to address the problem of high congestion on their highways.
Florida is among the states that has a record number of stalled exits, according to a report released by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
The FHWA found that on March 20, there were 1,094 stuck exits and that this number has climbed every day since then.
The average waiting time was nearly five hours.
For the past two weeks, traffic has been at a standstill on Interstate 95 near the Florida International Airport, according a report by the FHSA.
The traffic jam on exit I-95 is the latest and longest one the agency has recorded, the report found.
It’s also the longest in the past decade, and has led to at least 15 deaths, according the report.
The number of stuck exits has risen dramatically in the last two years.
The number of people stuck at exits has increased from 1,085 in 2015 to 1,065 in 2017, according FHwa.
On Wednesday, the FHSA posted a message on Twitter stating that its toll booths had seen an uptick in customers due to high traffic.
The message included a link to a video that showed traffic jams on the interstate on exit 5.
On Thursday, a Florida Department of Transportation spokesman said the agency was aware of the toll problem and was working to improve its operations.
The FHSD spokesperson also pointed out that the number of drivers stuck on exit 1 has fallen since March and that the agency’s toll booths are operating normally.
FHSD said that drivers could also get a temporary exit number and call it to report a traffic jam.
The FHHSA also posted a video on its website that showed a driver on the high-frequency exit ramp getting stuck at the gate in front of the exit.
The video shows the driver driving onto the exit ramp at the right time to make it onto the highway, and gets off at the ramp to make his way back to the gate.
As traffic is diverted onto exit 5, the driver of the high frequency exit gets stuck at a ramp at exit 5 and has to wait for about three hours to make a full-circle around the highway.
It takes about 15 minutes for the driver to make the full turn around the ramp, which is the exit where drivers are most likely to get stuck, the video shows.
As the driver is waiting for a full turn onto exit 1, he is stuck at exit 4.
He tries to make full use of the lane on exit 4, but the vehicle in front stops at the traffic lights.
The driver has to drive into the intersection where the vehicle was parked.
The driver is stuck in traffic.
Trailers are blocking the ramp at Exit 5.
Trailer drivers are blocking exit 5 to try to avoid a traffic snarl.
Trailers are blocking traffic on exit 25 in Florida.
Trails are blocking off exit 25 from Florida.
Drivers are stuck in a traffic circle at Exit 25.
Travers are blocking a ramp on exit 6.
Traitor truckers are stuck at Exit 6 in Florida, causing backups to highways.
Traitors are stuck as they wait for traffic on Exit 6.
The state has seen an increase in the number, severity and frequency of the traffic jam problems since at least 2014.
The FHSHAs report said that in the most recent period from April 1 to March 22, there was a 9.3 percent increase in total traffic jams.
There was also a 7.7 percent increase from March 1 to July 20.