Rethinking urban traffic congestion

In a recent post Robert Puentes commented on the last semi-regular report on urban traffic congestion from Texas A&M Transportation Institute and concluded, that we need a new approach in thinking about solutions for the metropolitan traffic congestion. He wrote: We need to make places more efficient by joining uptransportation with the housing, real estate, commercial, and industrial decisions it drives. We need to

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