The end of traffic and the last man

On Talking Points Memo The Last Traffic Jam ... as has been widely reported, total traffic has been decreasing (presumably related to the rise of gas prices and the onset of economic slowdown or recession). The article also includes a nice excerpt from Time c. 1947.

If the trend continues (-4.3% traffic growth per year), we may soon be out of a job.

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