Traffic problems can cause long traffic jams and frustrate motorists. Many cities, especially large cities, have difficulty coping with heavy traffic. The roads are full of cars, pickup trucks and trucks. The TomTom “Traffic Index” is an annual report ranking the cities with the most traffic congestion around the world. This ranking includes approximately 400 cities from 55 different countries. Brought to you by Tourism Review.
South America is also represented in Peru, which has one of the most congested traffic jams in the world. Traffic problems in Peru’s capital Lima have worsened significantly in the past year. Traveling a distance of ten kilometers now takes an average of 28 minutes and 30 seconds; That’s one minute and 20 seconds more than before. During peak hours, the average speed of cars drops to just 17 km/h.
This part of Southern Europe is included in the rankings for the first time. In Milan, cars travel at an average speed of 17 km/h during rush hour. It takes 28 minutes and 50 seconds to cover 10 km. This is a slight increase of 20 seconds compared to TomTom’s previous data analysis.
Drivers in Toronto, Canada experience the longest traffic jam outside Europe; They complete the 10-kilometer track in an average of 29 minutes. This is a slight increase from last year. During peak hours, traffic flows in the city at an average speed of 18 km/h.
The English-speaking region of Europe ranks second with the highest traffic congestion. Dublin, the capital of Ireland, also experiences many traffic problems. However, they are relatively small compared to London. On average, drivers in Dublin take 29 minutes and 30 seconds to cover a distance of ten kilometres; This is one minute more than last year. The average speed during peak hours is 16 km/h.
London is the city with the most traffic chaos. According to the latest research, it takes an average of 37 minutes and 20 seconds to cover a distance of 10 kilometers, which is one minute more than last year’s study. The average speed during rush hour in London is only 14 km/h.