Time to MOVE closer to your job : Montreal drivers lose 92 hours a year to traffic

Traffic congestion is on the rise in most of North America’s largest cities, including Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto, according to a new research study.

Canada’s three largest cities are among the five most congested urban centres, according to the TomTom Congestion Index, released Thursday.

According to the index, the average travel time in Vancouver is 33 per cent longer when congested than when roads are flowing freely. The number is second only to Los Angeles, where travel times are 34 per cent longer due to congestion.

San Francisco (29 per cent), Montreal (28 per cent) and Toronto (27 per cent) round out the list of most congested cities.

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