Traffic in Ramat Gan, Israel

We estimate that in this city, due to travelling to work/school, per passenger is produced yearly 1,021.44kg of CO2. It is needed 46.92 trees for each passenger to produce enough oxygen to cover that. Formulas used for this estimation

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Main Means of Transportation to Work or School

Working from Home 16.67%
Walking 16.67%
Car 50.00%
Bike 16.67%
Motorbike 0.00%
Bus/Trolleybus 0.00%
Tram/Streetcar 0.00%
Train/Metro 0.00%

Average when primary using Walking

Distance 0.15 km
Walking 4.00 min
Overall 4.00 min

Average when primary using Car

Distance 11.33 km
Walking 0.67 min
Driving Car 26.67 min
Overall 27.33 min

Average when primary using Bike

Distance 7.80 km
Bike 15.00 min
Overall 15.00 min

Overall Average Travel Time and Distance to Work (School)

Distance 8.39 km
Overall 20.20 min

Contributors: 6

Last update: June 2019

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

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1 Comments so far
Michael Braverman on Oct 26, 2017:
Traffic in Ramat Gan is horrible: every day I sped between 30 to 60 minutes to go through 20 kilometers.
All AbaHilell (one of the central streets) is the traffic jam.
All my way from home to highway is the traffic jam.
All the highway segment from Ramat Gan to Hercelia or to Tel Aviv - is on big traffic jam.
If you ask me, I would define the traffic in Ramat Gan as Extremely High and not moderate.