The world’s 10 most dangerous cities with the worst traffic jams

As the weather warms up, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for the average person to get anywhere.

We’re also seeing a trend towards people driving on the roads with a lack of awareness.

The worst cities to live in in the world, according to a new report, have been in Europe and the US, but this may change in the coming years as a more sedentary lifestyle becomes a reality.

These cities also have some of the highest traffic jams, with one in five drivers in a given city being behind the wheel at some point in the day.

Here are the 10 most traffic-jam-ridden cities on the planet.


Sydney, Australia, US and New Zealand The largest city in Australia, Sydney has been in the news for the past few months after an increase in car accidents.

According to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there were 7,632 collisions in the first nine months of 2018.

This represents a rise of 4.6 per cent on the same period last year, with a slight increase in the number of vehicles on the road.

Sydney is home to a whopping 8.2 million people, or around a third of Australia’s population.

The city is also home to Australia’s biggest population centre, Sydney’s financial capital.

In 2018, there was a 3.3 per cent increase in deaths from road traffic.

The number of people killed in accidents has increased by a whopping 16 per cent in Sydney in the past year, according the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.


Shanghai, China, US, and New York City In 2018 there were 4.5 million traffic fatalities, according a government report.

Shanghai is a large, densely populated city in southern China, which has a population of about 80 million.

It has an average of 6 million people.

In the past decade, the city has experienced a dramatic rise in traffic fatalities.

From 2000 to 2020, there has been a 5.6-fold increase in road fatalities in Shanghai, with the city’s average number of traffic fatalities doubling from 1,857 in 1999 to 5,913 in 2020.

The majority of those fatalities were in the city centre, with more than half of the deaths occurring in residential areas.

Shanghai also had the worst road toll in the country in 2018, with 2,928 people killed, a number that jumped from 1.8 in 2015 to 3,847 in 2018.


Washington, DC, US It’s been widely reported that Washington, D.C., is the most dangerous city in the United States.

As the capital of the District of Columbia, the nation’s capital is also known for its strict enforcement of traffic laws, as well as for its extremely high cost of living.

According the American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, with its high cost and low productivity, ranks second to New York in terms of crime.

According a new study by the US Census Bureau, Washington’s overall crime rate is over five times that of New York’s, and over four times that for Baltimore.

The report also found that there are nearly five times as many homicides in Washington, which is a city of almost 8.5million people.


London, UK and Tokyo It’s no surprise that London is the city with the highest murder rate in the UK, with London police claiming there were over 30,000 murders in 2018 alone.

This is especially concerning for people who live in the capital, as London is home not just to the Queen and her family, but also the British parliament.

The murder rate was at its highest level since 1999, with 1,903 people killed.

The highest homicide rate in London was recorded in 2018 when there were 1,982 deaths.

This was followed by Manchester with 1:10.3, Bristol with 1.1 and Bristol West and Shoreditch with 1 and 0.8.

London is also the site of the UK’s largest concentration of asylum seekers, with nearly 300,000 people living in the region.


Tokyo, Japan, US The capital of Japan is home and the capital city of Japan, with an estimated population of nearly 80 million people in 2020, according data from the Japanese Statistical Office.

According, Tokyo has been home to the world’s most dangerous places, with traffic jams and accidents regularly wreaking havoc on people’s lives.

According on the latest figures from Tokyo Metropolitan Government, there are 1,092 traffic deaths in the metropolitan area, which comes out to an annual average of more than 1,000 traffic fatalities a day.

The country’s average daily traffic fatality rate is 1,723 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, according TOI.

There are also a number of other serious and violent crime incidents reported in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital is one of the most violent places in the developed world.


Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Tokyo, South Korean cities and towns have been identified as having the highest number of road deaths.

According TOI, the number is