New analysis by INRIX shows that on average last year, each commuter in the Colombian capital Bogota spent a huge 191 hours stuck in traffic - equivalent to almost 8 full days. Second-placed Rio de Janeiro frustrated its drivers for 190 hours, while third-placed Rome came in at an infuriating 166. Congestion isn't merely an annoyance for drivers though. According to the source, poor traffic flow cost the United States economy almost $88 billion last year. The INRIX 2019 Scorecard analyses mobility in over 900 cities across 43 countries.