Ukraine's capital city of Kyiv ranks seventh among 416 most traffic-congested cities in the world, according to a TomTom Traffic Index report.
Last year, the congestion level accounted for 51%. That is, an hour-long trip around the city took one and a half hours on average, according to the Traffic Index 2020 compiled by the TomTom analytical company.
In 2019, Kyiv took the 12th spot with an average congestion level of 53%.
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Russian capital Moscow and the region around it took the crown of the "Most Traffic Congested City" in the world, followed by India's Mumbai and Colombia's Bogota.
Another two Ukrainian cities, namely Odesa and Kharkiv, ranked 11th and 13th, respectively.
The ranking is covering 416 cities across 57 countries on six continents.