Rush Hour in Different Countries around the World

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Crazy Rush Hour

Rush hour is a real nightmare of any resident of a big city or capital. Nobody likes to stand idle hours in traffic jams or be crowded in narrow metro passages.

This phenomenon is observed because of the influx of new residents into cities whose infrastructure is not designed for such a large number of people. But everyone wants to live well, so many are rushing to the capital, whatever it costs them.

Look at the rush hour in different parts of the world: congestion, waste of time and nerves, fatigue and discomfort.

Beijing, China

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There’s nothing to add here. The most populated country in the world is always ready to please citizens with the size of the traffic jams in the streets and crazy rush hours in the metro.

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy
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Even in beautiful Venice, there are traffic jams formed by gondolas – the most popular transport in this city.

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Japan
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Are you constantly complaining because of the crowded metro during rush hour in your hometown? In the ultramodtern Japan, it is so crowded that there are specially trained guys who have to literally ram people into the wagon. To close the doors of a crowded subway car, sometimes it takes the efforts of several rammers. Rush hour is a time to forget about your social status. The rammer can unceremoniously push a businessman into the subway car in expensive clothes.

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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In this southeast Asian country, the most popular vehicle of transportation is a scooter. It is no wonder with their climate.

London, Great Britain

London, Great Britain
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Here is another place in the world, where there are large crowds of people. European capitals are not far behind Asia.

São Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo, Brazil
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The largest country in Latin America is keeping pace with Asian and European counterparts in the rate of overpopulation of large cities.

Taxi Park in Kampala, Uganda

Taxi Park in Kampala, Uganda
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There are not many large megacities on this continent. However, they, like the big cities of other continents, are paralyzed at rush hour.

Palermo, Italy

Palermo, Italy
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The Italian national football team shows a consistently good and quality game. Not surprisingly, the Italians even in traffic jams exercise with the ball.

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