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Limits On Deliveries, Crackdown On Blocking Intersections Among Highlights Of De Blasio Traffic Congestion Plan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Beginning next year, New York City will test a pilot program limiting curbside delivery in certain high-traffic commercial zones during peak hours – and will also crack down on drivers who block intersections. 1,177 more words


Unexpected Anxiety

Back on August 1st of this year, the Twin Cities marked the tenth anniversary of the 35W bridge collapse across the Mississippi River. On Tuesday, I unexpectedly found myself remembering it again, with an unnerving amount of anxiety. 469 more words


I-5 Expansion In Portland Faces Opposition, Unanswered Questions

A $450 million project to upgrade a highly congested stretch of Interstate 5 in Portland faces new opposition and big unanswered questions.

The trucking industry says the two-mile section that runs through Portland’s Rose Quarter is the 41st worst bottleneck on the nation’s interstate system. 11 more words

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On one way schemes

A proposed one-way scheme for EDSA, C-5 and Roxas Boulevard raised not a few eyebrows among transportation and traffic professionals. While it seems to some that the three major thoroughfares are parallel or can be paired in such a way that EDSA can be one-way southbound, and C-5 and Roxas Blvd. 390 more words


Indonesia's traffic congestion forces president out of car, walks 2km to state event

No one likes Traffic congestions. Worse is when you have an important appointment to attend an you are hours late. I bet you will wish your car could fly but sorry bro, your car is just like every other standard car, and you’re not even a pilot so forget about the flying thing. 169 more words


Your Terrible Work Commute May One Day Be Solved by Personal Aircraft

Suppose you could hover above the typically bumper-to-bumper Interstate 405 freeway in Los Angeles, fly through the air to your destination, and float down to the ground. 438 more words


My View: Congestion pricing as a traffic fix

In cities around the globe, congestion pricing has a solid track record. In Stockholm, congestion declined 15 percent, in London 30 percent, and in Singapore 45 percent. 41 more words

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