To develop studies that analyze the characteristics, properties, robustness and vulnerability of densely populated urban areas is a permanent challenge for contemporary researchers. This investigative current is given by the presence of sudden disruptive events such as: floods, snowfalls, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, strikes and other more planned events such as: fairs, parades, marathons or artistic presentations, which require interrupting the interconnections and streets in cities momentarily or permanently. Therefore, in the present work, we show a study based on analysis of urban network graphs, calculating appearance, connectivity, density, interconnection centrality, random and directed network attacks and distribution of high interconnection routes. Obtaining as results measurements of robustness, fragility and distribution of the high traffic routes in the urban networks of the cities under study.
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