Rome drivers spend 254 hours stuck in traffic each year.
Rome has been ranked the tenth most traffic-congested city in the world by the 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard, an annual report produced by traffic analytics company INRIX.
The data also reveals that drivers in Rome lose an annual average of 254 hours in gridlocked traffic.
The report ranked Mosow as the most congested city in the world, followed by Istanbul, Bogota, Mexico City and Sao Paulo. London is sixth, followed by Rio de Janeiro, Boston and St Petersburg.
The scorecard analyses congestion and mobility trends in more than 200 cities across 38 countries.