8,192 motorists in 20 cities on six continents surveyed
Overall, traffic has gotten worse in the past three years
Armonk, NY – 30 Jun 2010:
– Moscow copes with the two-and-a-half hour traffic jam
– Despite congestion, Beijing drivers report improvement in traffic
– Houston, New York and Los Angeles fare well, relatively speaking
The daily commute in some of the world’s most economically important international cities is longer and more grueling than before imagined, reflecting the failure of transportation infrastructure to keep pace with economic activity, according to IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) first global Commuter Pain study released today.
IBM surveyed 8,192 motorists in 20 cities on six continents, the majority of whom say that traffic has gotten worse in the past …