"The Biggest Problem" Traffic Tip by OttoMarzo

Traffic, Rome: 52 reviews and 30 photos


Traffic is the biggest problem of Rome. Statistics say that there are 995 cars every 1.000 people licensed to drive. Incredible. Average speed inside the city is between 5 and 10 kilometers per hour. Peaks on meals times, on early morning and late afternoon. Despite it all, pollution isn't that big, the City Hall made a lot of laws to prevent this kind of problems.

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Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jun 28, 2005
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