Traffic in Hyderabad, India

We estimate that in this city, due to travelling to work/school, per passenger is produced yearly 1,309.15kg of CO2. It is needed 15.26 trees for each passenger to produce enough oxygen to cover that. Formulas used to estimate

Main Means of Transportation to Work or School

Working from Home 8.96%
Walking 13.43%
Car 38.81%
Bike 22.39%
Motorbike 10.45%
Bus/Trolleybus 5.97%
Tram/Streetcar 0.00%
Train/Metro 0.00%

Average when primary using Walking

Distance 5.29 km
Walking 22.33 min
Waiting 1.67 min
Driving Car 2.33 min
Bike 3.22 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 3.89 min
Train/Metro Ride 0.56 min
Overall 35.00 min

Average when primary using Car

Distance 14.90 km
Walking 0.96 min
Driving Car 40.19 min
Overall 41.15 min

Average when primary using Bike

Distance 16.40 km
Walking 1.33 min
Bike 41.33 min
Overall 42.67 min

Average when primary using Motorbike

Distance 21.71 km
Walking 2.14 min
Motor Bike 40.14 min
Overall 42.29 min

Average when primary using Bus/Trolleybus

Distance 13.75 km
Walking 3.75 min
Waiting 2.50 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 42.50 min
Overall 48.75 min

Overall Average Travel Time and Distance to Work (School)

Distance 14.65 km
Overall 42.19 min

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Last update: November 2017

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1 Comments so far

#Venkatesh on May 23, 2016 :
I visit various cities in India as I am a freelance consultant. In comparision to other major cities in India (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata), traffic problem is medium in Hyderabad. I have seen worst traffic problems in other cities. General complaint from new comers to the city is: people here do not follow lane discipline and I agree with it. But overall, the speed and movement of traffic in peak hours is faster compared to other cities. Another problem here is number of manholes in the center of road. At most places (not much in new Hightech city area), the sanitary sewerage pipes are laid right under the road. It was an age old practice from the times of Nizams in Hyderabad. Due to the man holes there are number of ditches on the roads. Also you will not see footpaths at every place. At most places, footpaths are occupied by hawkers and temporary makeshift shops.