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Mumbai has World’s Worst Traffic Flow; Delhi at Fourth Spot: TomTom Report
- Mumbai has the worst traffic flow in the world and ranks first in the ‘Traffic Index-2018’, with a congestion level of 65 percent, as per a study compiled by location technology specialist TomTom.
- Mumbai has held on to the top rank for the second consecutive year. New Delhi is placed fourth in the list with a congestion of 58 percent.
- Bogota (63 percent), Lima (58 percent) and Moscow (56 percent) are the rest three cities in the top five most congested cities in the world.
- The study ranked 403 cities in 56 countries and defined congestion as the extra time added to road travel when traffic doesn’t flow freely.