Study Suggests US Cities Would Benefit from Congestion Charges
Traffic enters the 110 freeway, May 7, 2001, in downtown Los Angeles, CA. The Texas Transportation Institute annual report on congestion has declared that Angelenos have the worst traffic congestion of 68 urban areas, spending an average of 56 hours per year sitting in traffic. The national average of 36 hours has more than tripled since 1982. California has three cities in the top five. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)

Study Suggests US Cities Would Benefit from Congestion Charges

A report from the National League of Cities suggests Americans should take note of how urban traffic is being dealt with around the world.

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