Urban Traffic: More Roads Don’t Mean Less Traffic — MS&E 135 Networks @ Stanford

It is estimated that by 2030 the cumulative cost of traffic congestion in the United States will reach 2.8 Trillion Dollars. The usual way we have responded to this situation is build more highways and roads. However, as Adam Mann, an Angeleno points out in his article, building more lanes on the 405 has not helped whatsoever. […]

via Urban Traffic: More Roads Don’t Mean Less Traffic — MS&E 135 Networks @ Stanford


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