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Latin America: traffic level in selected cities 2019

The city of Bogotá, Colombia, ranked first as the Latin American with the worst traffic increase rate with 68 percent of congestion level, followed by Lima, Peru, with a congestion level of 57 percent. The traffic increase rate or congestion level shows the increase in peak travel times when compared to a free flow (uncongested) traffic situation. For example a 52 percent congestion level in Mexico City, means that a trip will take on average 52 percent more time than it would in the city's uncongested conditions.

Traffic increase rate during rush hours in selected cities in Latin America in 2019

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January 2020



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