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Little Happier: Building More Roads Won’t Relieve Traffic—Literally and Figuratively.

Little Happier: Building More Roads Won’t Relieve Traffic—Literally and Figuratively.

Update: 2020-10-193
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Despite urban planner Robert Moses’s attempts to relieve congestion on New York City’s road, the traffic just got worse. The lesson of “induced travel demand” is something that can apply in our own lives.

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Little Happier: Building More Roads Won’t Relieve Traffic—Literally and Figuratively.

Little Happier: Building More Roads Won’t Relieve Traffic—Literally and Figuratively.

Gretchen Rubin / The Onward Project