In a report, prepared by location technology specialist TomTom, which supplies maps for apple and Uber, revealed that the traffic flow in Mumbai is the worst in the world while Delhi is close behind at fourth position. The report details the traffic situation in 56 countries. The report states that, in the financial capital of India, a journey during rush-hour takes 65 percent longer, while in Delhi it is 58 percent longer. Though, in the year 2018, the traffic in the two cities was decreased slightly. Mumbai takes the top position this year with drivers in the Indian city expecting to spend an average of 65 percent extra travel time stuck in traffic. Next in the global ranking is Bogota i.e. 63 percent, Lima i.e. 58 percent, New Delhi i.e. 58 percent, and Moscow i.e. 56 percent, making up the top five most congested cities in the world.
In the year 2018, the average traffic congestion in Mumbai was 65 percent, which shows a slight decrease from 66 percent in 2017. The city’s lowest congestion was 16 percent on March 2, 2018, while its worst was 111 percent on August 21, 2018. Last year in 2018, Delhi recorded an average of 58 percent traffic congestion, which shows a 4 percent decrease compared to 2017. Same like Mumbai, Delhi too experienced its lowest congestion on March 2, 2018, which was 6 percent, while the city’s worst traffic congestion was 83 percent on August 8, 2018.
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