On Monday 10 February, Nottingham was crowned the most congested city in the world as its' congestion levels peaked between 3 - 5pm.

According to TomTom's Traffic Index Scale, Nottingham's congestion level peaked higher than 200%, which meant that drivers were spending 200% more travel time in rush hour.

However, TomTom's graph is caped at 200% so it is likely that the congestion level could have peaked even higher.

Stoke-on-Trent's congestion level also peaked at 200% on Monday. Credit: BPM.

Nottingham tied with Stoke-on-Trent, which also reached a peak level of 200%. However this was during a shorter period of time, between 2 - 4pm.

TomTom compares data out of 416 cities across 57 countries. Here is a list of the 10 most congested cities on Monday 10 February:

  • Nottingham - 200%

  • Stoke-on-Trent - 200%

  • Montreal - 152%

  • Edinburgh - 134%

  • Ottawa - 130%

  • Novosibirsk - 118%

  • Quebec - 114%

  • Leiden - 106%

  • Lodz - 106%

  • Krakow - 103%

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