Miami Ranked Among Worst In The World When It Comes To Traffic

posted by Jessi Minneci - 

A new study shows that Miami is among the worst in the world when it comes to traffic (surprise, surprise!)

Read that again. The world.

INRIX, a transportation analytics firm, released its 2017 Global Traffic Scorecard and the Magic City ranked 10th out of 1,360 cities worldwide, and 5th in the U.S.

The study shows drivers spend 64 hours a year stuck in traffic during peak hours, costing each one of them an average of $2,072 per driver and $6.3 billion to the city.

All in all, Miami drivers spend 9 percent of their drive time in congestion.

If you're looking for an easier drive, perhaps a move to Unayzah would help. The city in Saudi Arabia is the 1,360th ranked congested city in the world.

The scorecard is created using data collected from 300 million cars and devices.

World's most traffic-congested cities include:

  • 1. Los Angeles
  • 2. Moscow
  • 3. New York
  • 4. San Francisco
  • 5. Bogota
  • 6. Sao Paulo
  • 7. London
  • 8. Atlanta
  • 9. Paris
  • 10. MIAMI
  • 62. Orlando
  • 85. Tampa
  • 131. Jacksonville
  • 160. Sarasota
  • 182. Fort Myers
  • 187. Melbourne
  • 191. Port St. Lucie
  • 574. Panama City
  • 716. New Port Richey
  • 872. Winter Haven
  • 903. Ocala
  • 905. Gainesville
  • 913. Plant City
  • 947. Pensacola
  • 982. Tallahasee
  • 1033. Daytona Beach
  • 1096. Naples
  • 1151. Stuart
  • 1194. Lakeland
  • 1286. Cocoa

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