Manila ranks 1st as the worst city to drive in the world

Manila ranks 1st as the worst city to drive in the world

- Waze made a list of the worst cities to drive in the world

-Manila, Philippines claimed the top spot on the traffic navigation app's list

-According to Waze, it takes 4.9 minutes to drive a kilometer in Manila

-The Philippine's capital is followed by cities from Asia and South America in the survey

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KAMI learned that the traffic navigation app Waze ranked the worst cities in the world to drive in.

Traffic has been very evident in many cities and it has been a long and ongoing problem for our country. In line with this issue, our very own capital Manila recently ranked first as the worst city to drive in the world.

Manila ranks 1st as worst city to drive in the world

However, this is not the first time that the Philippines placed first in the said survey. According to Waze, they conducted a Driver Satisfaction Index in 2017 to their 90 million active users. Metro Manila claimed the top spot again as the worst out of 39 countries in Asia.

From 3.8 minutes in April, it will now take 4.9 minutes to drive a full kilometer in Metro Manila.

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In the latest survey, Manila is followed by Bogota in Columbia with 4 minutes, Jakarta in Indonesia with 3.83 minutes, Tel Aviv in Israel with 2.83 minutes, and Sao Paulo in Brazil with 2.34 minutes.

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