Traffic in Lahore, Pakistan

We estimate that in this city, due to travelling to work/school, per passenger is produced yearly 1,283.56kg of CO2. It is needed 58.96 trees for each passenger to produce enough oxygen to cover that. Formulas used for this estimation

Main Means of Transportation to Work or School

Working from Home 4.23%
Walking 5.63%
Car 56.34%
Bike 19.72%
Motorbike 8.45%
Bus/Trolleybus 5.63%
Tram/Streetcar 0.00%
Train/Metro 0.00%

Average when primary using Walking

Distance 9.50 km
Walking 69.50 min
Driving Car 11.25 min
Bike 2.50 min
Overall 87.25 min

Average when primary using Car

Distance 14.86 km
Walking 0.24 min
Driving Car 30.23 min
Overall 30.46 min

Average when primary using Bike

Distance 12.56 km
Walking 0.71 min
Bike 23.93 min
Overall 25.00 min

Average when primary using Motorbike

Distance 13.83 km
Walking 2.50 min
Motor Bike 31.50 min
Overall 34.00 min

Average when primary using Bus/Trolleybus

Distance 16.25 km
Walking 8.75 min
Waiting 4.25 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 26.25 min
Overall 41.75 min

Overall Average Travel Time and Distance to Work (School)

Distance 13.93 km
Overall 33.67 min

Contributors: 72

Last update: January 2021

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

Sign up for our newsletter:
Your Email Address:
Nearby cities:
Traffic in 44.72 miles
Traffic in 60.49 miles
Traffic in 67.11 miles
Traffic in 83.22 miles
Traffic in 106.62 miles
Traffic in 108.62 miles
Traffic in 110.58 miles
Traffic in 114.01 miles
Traffic in 154.21 miles
Traffic in 158.41 miles
This page in other languages:

DeutschVerkehr in Lahore
PortuguêsTrânsito em Lahore
ItalianoTraffico a Lahore
FrançaisTrafic à Lahore
EspañolTráfico en Lahore

  
Leave a comment:

Your name: Sign In

Your email address (optional):

Your comment (no HTML):

1 Comments so far
Zaheer Ahmed on Oct 26, 2019:
Nice to see Lahore improving in traffic index. This is visible on ground also as people have started wearing helmets and obeying traffic laws. However, stopping traffic for VIP movements needs to be minimised if it is not possible to stop it altogether.