Is there any way to significantly Reduce Traffic Road Congestion?
Traffic Congestion, and Gridlock waste time, resources, and pollute the environment.
We know that by the time that new roadways are added or widened, the traffic goes quickly back to congestion. So there has to be another solution to this age old problem.
Public transportation is my best guess without doing any research on the matter.
Maybe technology could curb the need for so many people to commute in the first place.
And overall civic planning which is actually pretty hard from what I've heard.
Definitely greater use of public transportation, and to be more exact, light rail throughout the country...Also more and more Telecommuting and working from home..
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