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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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