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US: car gridlocks bring losses worth $124 billion annually


A study conducted by Seattle-based INRIX and the Centre for Economics and Business Research has shown that direct and indirect losses caused by traffic congestion cost American drivers a whopping $124 billion. What’s more alarming is that because of numerous factors, such as the population rise, GDP increase, decline in fuel prices and rising sales that lead to a substantial growth ...
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