As the busiest city in North America, Toronto stands at the top of the list. Toronto has surpassed New York and Mexico City to claim first place. Toronto is the world's third busiest city, trailing only London and Dublin. TomTom, a navigation and location technology business, compiled the ranking.
Commuters in Toronto are taking 50 seconds longer than last year to complete a 10km journey, according to data. That implies the 10-kilometer route takes 29 minutes. In London, the city with the worst traffic in the world, it takes 37 minutes and 20 seconds to drive 10 kilometers.Meanwhile, Dublin, in second place, covers 10 kilometers in 29 minutes and 30 seconds.
According to the survey, Toronto residents wasted an average of 98 hours due to traffic congestion last year. According to the data, the worst day for Toronto commuters was November 30, when cars took an average of 33 minutes to complete a 10-kilometer trip.