Latin America: cities with the longest traffic jam delays 2019

Bogotá, the Colombian capital city, was home to the most saturated metropolitan areas in Latin America in 2019, based on the annual number of hours lost in congestion over a year. In Bogotá, drivers spent an average of 191 hours per year held up in traffic jams. Rio de Janeiro ranked second among the Latin American cities surveyed, with an average of 190 hours lost. Mexico City was the fourth Latin American city with the longest traffic jams, with 158 hours per year.

Cities with the longest traffic jam delays in Latin America in 2019, based on average number of hours lost per year

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Source

Release date

March 2020

Region

Central and South America, Mexico

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "The INRIX 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard is an analysis of congestion and mobility trends in more than 200 cities, across 38 countries."

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