By Belinda Goldsmith SYDNEY, July 30 (Reuters Life!) - If you think your drive to work is bad then spare a thought for commuters in the cities of Beijing, Mexico City and Johannesburg which have come top in a global poll of the worst driving commutes in the world. An IBM Commuter Pain Study of 8,192 motorists in 20 cities, released Wednesday, found most commuters -- 67 percent -- said traffic has got worse in the past three years and it is making them sick and affecting how they do their ...
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