Ranking of cities in Poland 2018-2019, by congestion level

In 2019, Łódź was rated as the most trafficked city in Poland and the 15th busiest city in the world. Traffic jams in Łódź increased travel time by three percent compared to 2018. In the Polish capital, Warsaw, traffic was measured at 40 percent, which means that it took 40 percent more time to get from one point to another compared with a free flow situation.

Traffic congestion level in selected cities in Poland from 2018 to 2019*

Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot30%33%
Katowice urban area16%19%
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Release date

January 2020



Survey time period

2018 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* According to the source, the index is a congestion level and measures the increase in overall travel times when compared to a Free Flow situation. For example, a Congestion Level of 36 percent corresponds to 36 percent extra travel time for any trip, anywhere in the city, at any time compared to what it would be in a Free Flow situation.

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