Economic Recovery Means Increased Traffic

“Just as Americans started worrying a little less about jobs and money, they got something new to fret about: More traffic.

An annual study done by the Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University found that traffic was better than it had been in a decade during the height of the recession. But roads snarled once again as people returned to work and shopping.”

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Annual Urban Mobility Report

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