These cities in Canada were just ranked as having the worst traffic in North America
It's no secret that Canada has some pretty bad traffic, but it's officially been confirmed — Canadian cities have some of the most congested roads in North America.
According to a traffic index by TomTom, a global navigation company, four Canadian cities are among the worst offenders for traffic congestion.
At number three, Vancouver claims the title of the most congested city in Canada — a fact that surprised none of the locals.
Vancouver though! I wouldn't be surprised if hell was just sitting in their rush hour traffic forever.— Holly Golightly (@gibinks) January 30, 2020
The city has a congestion level of 39%.
Toronto claims spot number six, with a 33% congestion level — a ranking that most locals could have guessed.
Traffic when the zombie apocalypse breaks out? That’s what it’s like trying to find a way back into Toronto right now— Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) January 10, 2020
Montreal came in at number 10, and Ottawa follows at number 11 — both with a 29% congestion level.
Some of the other most congested cities in North America include Mexico City, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, and Miami. Here's the top 15:
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