What is the rush hour around the world
• What is the rush hour in the different countries of the world
Depending on the local conditions during peak hours in different parts of the world have their own characteristics, but at the same time, they share one thing in common - enormous crowds of people and vehicles. Going on a trip, just in case, be sure to learn in advance what it looks like rush hour in the country you are visiting. This will help our photo report.
In the rush hour busy street in Dhaka, Bangladesh, full of colorful rickshaws.
The herds of cattle often cause traffic jams at rush hour on the roads of the state of Chhattisgarh, India.
In the Tokyo subway officially work compactors, which help passengers to squeeze into the crowded train during rush hour.
To close the door crowded subway car, sometimes it requires the efforts of several rammers.
Rush Hour - a time to forget about their social status. Rammer unceremoniously pushed into a subway car businessman in expensive clothes.
Bicycles, scooters and motorcycles are on the road during rush hour near the temple complex Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Crowds of passengers going to the exit at the railway station "Kings Cross" in the north-east of London.
In the rush hour at the railway station "Chhatrapati Shivaji" gather huge crowds.
Vehicles on the street in Jaipur, India. A busy street full of colorful clothes and cars.
a herd of goats on a regular basis can become a cause of congestion during peak hours between Pokhara and Nayapul in Nepal.
Gondolas and boats fill the Grand Canal in Venice, at the peak of the tourist season.
Taxi Park in Kampala, Uganda. Passengers minibuses carry about in all directions.
Passengers waiting in line at the metro station at rush hour in Beijing.
Motorcyclists ride across the bridge in the city of Hue.
A street in Bangalore, India.
Rush Hour on the streets of Kathmandu. Workers go on foot and riding in cars.
Passengers queue up in the rush hour on the subway, "Barra Funda" station in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
taxi near the station "Chora" in the morning rush hour in Calcutta, India.