South America: traffic level in selected cities 2016

This statistic shows the increase rate of traffic during rush hours in selected cities in South America as of 2016. In that year, there was 47 percent more traffic during rush hours compared to traffic in off-peak hours in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Traffic increase rate during rush hours in selected cities in South America in 2016

Traffic increase rate
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)47%
Santiago de Chile (Chile)43%
Buenos Aires (Argentina)42%
Salvador (Brazil)40%
Recife (Brazil)37%
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Source

Release date

February 2017

Region

Central and South America

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

The traffic increase rate or congestion level shows the increase in peak travel times when compared to a free flow (uncongested) traffic situation.

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