Metro Manila — one of the worst cities for drivers around the world
It’s no surprise that traffic in Metro Manila and neighboring cities is getting worse day by day and statistics from Waze is a proof of a driver’s pain on the road.
The Philippines rank differently on each. It varies being one of the worst, and also one of the best. Interestingly, our country managed to grab a top spot.
Here are the factors Waze used to rank Global Driver Satisfaction Index:
Traffic – Density and driving conditions
Safety – Risk of driving
Driver Services – Car services (e.g. gas stations, parking)
Road Quality – Infrastructure
Socio-economic – Access to cars and gas price impact (data by World Bank)
Wazeyness – helpfulness within the Waze community
Higher score is better.
|Most Satisfied||3.9||9th of the Worst|
|Safety||9.3||4th of the Best|
|Driver Services||10.0||The Best|
|Road Quality||5.8||13th of the Worst|
|Wazeyness||3.4||6th of the Worst|
As for the Ranked list of satisfaction for our largest metros by population – a score of
3.9 for Manila, Quezon City , Makati, Dasmariñas, Bacoor, Taguig, Valenzuela, San Jose del Monte.
Overall, the Philippines ranked 9th of the Worst with a score of 3.9.
The safety and services ranking may raise a few eyebrows. While services of sprawling gas stations and their competitive offerings are great, parking services are still not worthy to be the best. And ranking 4th best in terms of safety? We would like to know more about that.
On a city level, Manila reported the worst traffic, with Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Jakarta not far behind.
Data from 50 million users in 32 countries and 167 metro areas are used to complete this index. To know more, head over to the Waze Blog.