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Toronto has some of the worst traffic in the world

Toronto is one of the worst cities in the world in terms of traffic, according to a new report issued by a traffic analysis firm.

The report, released by INRIX this month, is based on four years of mobility and anonymous GPS probe data to identify traffic patterns in several cities around the world.

Toronto ranked seventh globally in the world and first in Canada for worst traffic, with commuters losing an average of 118 hours on Greater Toronto Area roads and highways due to congestion in 2022.

In North America, Toronto ranked third, behind only Chicago and Boston.

The world's worst cities for traffic, according to INRIX, are London, Chicago and Paris, respectively.


According to the report, the average vehicle speed in Toronto in 2022 was 24 km/h.

During peak traffic hours, the average speed of GTA drivers was 20 km/h, and during off-peak hours, the average speed reached 61 km/h.

Toronto's third-place ranking in 2022 marks a significant increase from the city's 2021 ranking of 22nd.

Montreal was ranked the second worst Canadian city for traffic, with an average of 72 hours lost to traffic last year, followed by Vancouver, Winnipeg and Calgary.

Only two Latin American cities appear in the top 10 of this ranking, Bogota at number 5 and Monterrey at number 9.

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