A global look at air travel, driving, walking, and public transportation reveals the transit trends created by the pandemic.
Last week I realized that I immediately needed a tiny stapler. So, like you probably would have done, at my kitchen table, I spent $5.95. Two days later, Amazon Prime deposited the stapler (with 100 staples) on my doorstep. My…
As the downside of low unemployment, traffic congestion can have an invisible cost that relates to time, gas, and aggravation.
The success of a decision to use Waze, Google Maps, and other mapping apps to avoid traffic can depend on outsmarting the prisoner’s dilemma.
During my frequent drives to Manhattan, traffic congestion is worse than ever. The reason could be Uber and Lyft. This is the story. San Francisco Congestion Let’s start with congestion. Like the Supreme Court quote on pornography (“…I know it…
While the cost of free parking in New York City is rather huge, it can be offset by what was a seemingly insignificant and irritating innovation.
Instead of Google Maps, we might be able to avoid rush hour traffic congestion by looking at everyone’s electrical usage.
With more drivers using Waze and other traffic apps to avoid rush hour delays, local neighborhoods have begun to resist the disruption.
While the traffic congestion problem in NYC, LA and D.C. wastes huge time and money, they do not appear to want to solve it.
First in the nation for gridlock, Washington, D.C. has a #1 award that no one wants. During 2014, D.C.’s average rush hour driver lost 82 hours in congestion. Think 10 years and you’ve used up a month. While traffic jams create…