Mexico City has the most traffic congestion

Next in the rankings are Bangkok (57%), Istanbul (50%), Rio de Janeiro (47%), and Moscow (44%), making up the top five most congested cities in the world.

Drivers in the Mexican capital can expect to spend on average 59% extra travel time stuck in traffic anytime of the day. (Photo: Archive/El Universal)
English 24/03/2016 13:32 Actualizada 13:33
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By Giselle Rodríguez 

Mexico City knocked Istanbul off the top spot of the cities with the most traffic congestion, according to the TomTom Traffic Index 2016.

“Drivers in the Mexican capital can expect to spend on average 59% extra travel time stuck in traffic anytime of the day, and up to 103% in the evening peak periods versus a free flow, or uncongested, situation – adding-up to 219 hours of extra travel time per year,” TomTom said in a press release. 

Next in the rankings are Bangkok (57%), Istanbul (50%), Rio de Janeiro (47%), and Moscow (44%), making up the top five most congested cities in the world.

 

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