German company kfzteile24 set up a list about the interoperability of 100 cities by car, as HVG.hu reported. The results were interesting on both ends.
The new chart of kfzteile24 about the car-friendly factors in each city revealed some interesting facts. The creators of the chart examined how easily a driver can get through the average traffic of each city. The list included 100 cities and mostly focused on the driver’s experience as a tourist. Budapest was also among the studied places.
The main criteria were the average speed while getting from the inner city to the airport, and the percentage of encountering a bottleneck during the trip.
They have also recorded the data of public transport, the cost of parking and fuel, level of air pollution, number of accidents — and how many of them are lethal — and the quality of the roads. Kfzteile24 excluded the periods with a road works in progress on the given road section.
The 10 most car-friendly cities are the following due to the total results (the first number marks the percentage of bottlenecks, the second marks the average speed):
And how about the 10 least car-friendly cities? They are the following:
From these two lists we might draw the conclusion that Germany is probably the most car-friendly country, while the least inoperable one is India.
Budapest didn’t get on any of the toplists:
Hungary’s capital ranks 54th on the chart.
More exactly, an average 22% of the day is spent waiting and dragging in a bottleneck, and the average speed between the inner city and the airport is 26.88 km/h.
Photo: Daily News Hungary