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Latin America: traffic congestion 2020

Traffic congestion has decreased significantly in Latin America due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Some of the region's main metropolitan areas have reported a decrease in vehicle traffic of more than 80 percent in recent weeks. For example, the São Paulo metropolitan area reported a decrease in traffic congestion of 88 percent in the week of March 23-29 2020, in comparison to the vehicle traffic reported a couple of weeks earlier.

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Change in traffic congestion due to the COVID-19 outbreak in selected cities in Latin America from March 9 to May 10 2020

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Release date

May 2020



Survey time period

March 2 to May 10 2020

Special properties

Change compared to the week of March 2-8

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