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The world's most congested cities are ranked: Bogota, Colombia

Reference News Network reported on February 15th, according to the Columbia Times website on February 13th, the global company dedicated to road traffic and driver services, Miles, recently blocked more than 200 cities in 38 countries. The traffic situation was analyzed, and the 2018 report of the Miles Global Traffic Scorecard was released. The top ten cities with the most congested road traffic in the world are ranked as follows:

Colombia, Colombia: It is the longest-running city in the world. In 2018, the driver lost an average of 272 hours due to congestion, but traffic improved by 5% compared to 2017.

·Rome, Italy: In 2018, the driver lost 254 hours, and the congestion time increased by 16% compared to 2017.

·Dublin, Ireland: The driver lost 246 hours, and the congestion situation improved by 4% compared to 2017.

·Paris, France: The driver lost 237 hours, and the congestion time increased by 7% compared to 2017.

·Rostov-on-Don, Russia: The driver lost 237 hours, and the congestion time increased by 1% compared to 2017.

·London, UK: The driver lost 227 hours, and the congestion time increased by 1% compared to 2017.

·Milan, Italy: The driver lost 226 hours, and the congestion time increased by 6% compared with 2017.

·Bordeaux, France: The driver lost 223 hours, and the congestion time increased by 12% compared to 2017.

Mexico City, Mexico: The driver lost 218 hours, and the congestion time increased by 3% compared to 2017.

·Moscow, Russia: The driver lost 218 hours, and the congestion situation improved by 12% compared with 2017.

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