Automobile Club

Where are German motorists the longest traffic jams? Chaos in Stuttgart, Bremen friendly the car is one of the issues in the election campaign. “No day, it’s not the toll of Seehofer and Merkel’s no” this goes. This tiresome discussion to the speed limit and his supporters, who are then themselves much too fast. Gain insight and clarity with Publishers Clearing House. The car is and remains transport no. 1 of the German and this not only at the IAA in Frankfurt, where it is especially in the focus. But where to treat drivers well and where seems to you very much them? Where does infrastructure, promotes the flow of traffic and where it operates vexatious defect management and leaving motorists stuck in traffic? We wanted to know again once it by mobile in Germany e.V., Germany’s young Automobile Club, and have researched.

Where are the German driver in a traffic jam? We looked at 8 major German cities: we have compared to Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf and Bremen. Extensive data material makes possible the comparison the navigation device manufacturer TomTom, the so-called congestion index. Total traffic volume in 161 cities was measured around the world. 8 of them, we have used for our German cities-traffic-CHECK and evaluated. In what city am I the longest traffic jams? Days of the week, most falters the traffic? How much latency cost me the rush hour? The congestion index gives information on all of these questions. He is a world’s highly accurate barometer of congestion in urban areas, because it evaluates the journey times, which really made by vehicles in the entire road network. It makes possible that the traffic database from TomTom, which has saved more than six trillion measurements and to the added daily more than five billion. The figures for the German cities are not encouraging. Storage in Germany is more rather than less.