Dublin has 10th worst traffic of all cities in the world

Dublin's O'Connell Street. Ireland's capital follows Los Angeles for most traffic congestion.

Dublin has come in 10th as one of the cities with the worst traffic in the world, following Los Angeles for most traffic congestion, according to TomTom, a supplier of navigation and GPS systems.

Using data collected from users around the globe, TomTom has created a traffic index measuring how long it takes to drive distances throughout the day and during peak periods compared with driving times during non-congested periods, resulting in a total average percentage increase in travel time, MarketWatch.com reports.

According to the data, Dublin commuters spend 35% more time traveling during congested periods.  The delay per hour for driving during a peak period is 43 minutes, and the delay per year with a 30-minute commute is 96 hours.

Here is the complete list of cities with the worst traffic in the world:

1. Moscow
2. Istanbul
3. Rio de Janeiro
4. Mexico City
5. São Paulo
6. Palermo
7. Warsaw
8. Rome
9. Los Angeles
10. Dublin