What’s your worst traffic jam?
It depends on your priorities, and it’s a tough one to say definitively.
You might be surprised by how bad congestion is in certain places, like Tokyo and Hong Kong.
But there’s no doubt that many of the world’s busiest cities, like London, Tokyo, New York, Paris, or Johannesburg, are in a bad spot.
The average daily traffic in these cities is a staggering 2.5 billion vehicles, according to the International Transport Forum.
The biggest problem is the sheer number of vehicles that can’t all fit in the same space.
In many of these cities, there are too many cars to safely move people around.
In New York and London, for example, only two lanes of traffic are allowed on major thoroughfares, which are divided into zones.
In Paris, traffic congestion is worse than the United Kingdom, where more than two-thirds of the roads are congested.
In Berlin, the situation is worse.
The city’s streets are packed with cars and it has a high concentration of cars on busy intersections.
In Johannesburg and Tokyo, traffic jams can be so bad that they’ve become a form of public transit.
In New York City, the city’s buses have been diverted into parking lots, making it difficult for drivers to get to work.
The worst traffic jams are found in major cities like Tokyo, London, New Zealand, and Berlin.
In Tokyo, congestion has become so bad, that trains have been forbidden from entering the city center.
In London, there’s a traffic jam that can stretch for miles.
In Sydney, the congestion is so bad you can’t even walk along the waterfront.
London’s congestion is caused by a number of factors, including congestion at the port, congestion at junctions, and traffic that’s been diverted through an area designated for pedestrians.
London has some of the most congested roads in the country, with over 100,000 cars crammed into one area of the city.
But what makes London such a bad place to drive is its traffic density, which can be as high as 400 cars per square kilometer (about 6,500 cars per acre).
It can be even worse in some other cities.
The traffic jams in New York have become so deadly, that the city even recently banned buses from passing through the city limits.
The number of traffic deaths per capita in London is one of the highest in the European Union.
London is also a very dangerous place to walk.
The City of London has the highest pedestrian death rate in Europe, at over 1,400 per 100,0000 residents.
The most dangerous time of year for pedestrian collisions in London, though, is during the summer months, when temperatures can drop to as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 Celsius).
The most congesting road in the UK is the A8 motorway between London and Manchester, where there are more than 700 traffic jams.
The traffic jams, which often last for several hours, can cause serious accidents and are often dangerous for drivers.