Navigation company TomTom has published a list of the most congested cities in the world, which was made over nine years. Each city's congestion level was given a percentage score out of 100, with levels ranging from 66% in the most congested cities to 9% in the least. TomTom defined the congestion level as the "increase in overall traffic times when compared to a free flow situation (an uncongested situation)."
The world's most expensive countries to live in were calculated by MoveHub, a company dedicated to helping people move abroad, in a new survey. They based their assessment on a range of costs, such as the price of groceries, transport, bills, restaurants and how much renting somewhere to live is. These figures are then compiled into an index, comparing each country to New York, which has an index of 100.