Krasnodar, 13 April – Yug Times. Moscow has reportedly topped the list of 25 European cities with most overloaded roads recently released by GoCompare analytical service. Every year, Moscow drivers have to spend about 91 hours in traffic jams. The Russian capital is narrowly followed with London (73 hours in traffic jams) and Paris (65 hours).
There are other four Russian cities in the list: Krasnodar (4th place in Europe with 56 hours in traffic jams), St. Petersburg (7th place; 53 hours), Sochi (8th place; 49 hours) and Nizhny Novgorod (10th place; 47 hours).
The other cities of the top ten are Istanbul (4th place; 59 hours), Zurich (6th place; 54 hours) and Munich (9th place; 49 hours).
Meanwhile, the Sochi city authorities have announced that they plan to introduce the so-called ‘live queue’ taxi service in their city during the 2018 World Cup. The taxis will be lining up waiting for the customers, and the fare will be paid according to a fixed tariff.
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