United States: Less Congestion than Europe per INRIX

The report shows that the added annual peak hour congestion delay in the United States is roughly one-third that of Europe. The rate of France was somewhat less than twice the rate of the US and rates in Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands were three times as high.

These findings are consistent with international data indicating that traffic congestion tends to be more intense where there are higher urban population densities.

More athttp://www.newgeography.com/content/002169-united-states-less-congestion-europe-inrix


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