As at least one central Ohio suburb - Bexley - prepares to ban holding a phone to talk while driving, a new national study shows Columbus has a long way to go to improve driving conditions.

As at least one central Ohio suburb - Bexley - prepares to ban holding a phone to talk while driving, a new national study shows Columbus has a long way to go to improve driving conditions. Consumer website WalletHub compared 21 key metrics across the 100 most populated cities to identify the best - and worst - for drivers. Metrics include average gas prices, annual hours of traffic delays and number of auto-repair shops per capita, among other factors. The result: Columbus ranks near the bottom of 2016 Best & Worst Cities for Driving.