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Can low congestion and walkable urban context co-exist?

Many walkable cities experience road congestion at levels higher than their car-friendly counterparts. In a review of 74 cities, we compared Tomtom’s congestion index with car use. The results: more congestion equals less car use. It begs the question – why are we chasingcongestion solutions? read the full article: http://www.cityclock.org/congestion-paradox/#prettyPhoto

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Europe’s Most Congested Cities – And How To Cut Traffic Jams

The top 10 most congested European cities have been revealed in a new survey by a satellite navigationcompany. At the same time new systems are being developed to help drivers easily find vacant parking places and routes which avoid congestion. The most congested city in Europe is Warsaw in Poland, this month being experienced by […]

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