Future of the Environment

Commuters in these cities spend more than 8 days a year stuck in traffic

Cars and public buses are seen in a traffic jam along a main street ahead of local elections in Bogota, October 20, 2015. The local elections in Colombia will be held on Sunday October 25 amid outrage over chaotic transport, increased insecurity, dirty streets and corruption in the capital. Picture taken on October 20, 2015. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez - GF20000028264

Traffic piles up on Bogota, the world's most congested city. Image: REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

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