Spare a thought for Joburg commuters

Johannesburg was one of the worst cities in the world to commute

in, according to an international survey.

Beeld reported that only Beijing and Mexico City were considered

worse than Johannesburg.


This was according to a report by IMB in which nearly 8 200

motorists were interviewed in 20 cities on five continents.


It was twice as difficult to move from point A to point B in

Johannesburg than in Buenos Aires, and nearly four times as difficult than in

Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Berlin.


 
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