Phantom traffic jams and road closures top excuses for delays. Overall, more than half (51%) of drivers admit to telling white lies when late for work or a social event - with traffic taking the brunt of the blame, even when it isn’t true. That’s according to an AA-Populus poll of more than 20,500 drivers. (8 November 2018) Don't let tiredness creep up on you. New research published by the.
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This pushes all other traffic into the right hand lane causing a bottle neck. It also seems to me like there is more and more on the motorway as of late and every time i get on its just a bottle neck behind each one. Freeing up motorways and moving stock to freight, hell even creating networks for wagons to by pass the major roads would free up so much time, space and potentially save lives.In that way, there will be a (5) (REDUCE) in traffic jams and a decrease in air pollution in our cities. Finally, there are concerns that the majority of our water sources, such as rivers and seas, are being polluted with (6) (INDUSTRY) waste and sewage from populated areas. This is having an impact on marine life by destroying their habitat.I'm just feeling so pissed off with the British public right now. Seeing the news stories of people crammed onto beaches, stuck in traffic jams, stupid bloody tombstoners, people queuing for 3 hours plus to get into Ikea, nobody wearing masks, tourists crapping in hedges and leaving all their rubbish behind in my beautiful village - what is wrong with people.
If you’re a fan of irony, you’ll love hearing what researchers think is making urban traffic worse than ever. First, a study last year found that ridesharing, a technology that was originally touted as a solution to gridlock, is actually making congestion much, much worse. And it’s a similar story with online shopping — something that was supposed to ease traffic jams by saving us lots.Read More
The Christmas shopping season is rife with risk and unwanted expense. They have to hire a bunch of temp workers and pay to train them. So they’re paying more and getting lower quality work. They have to pay a premium to have huge volumes of goods delivered at a time where everyone else is also having massive goods delivered. The influx of stuff means everything is packed tighter. Goods get.Read More
The true cost of free shipping and peak-hour deliveries — bad traffic, more smog, greenhouse gas emissions, wasted resources — is not reflected in our online shopping carts. It will take an unprecedented level of cooperation between the private sector, government, labor and consumers to fix this mess with meaningful financial incentives — and leadership at the top that makes it a.Read More
With these automobiles, you’ll never need to search for parking spaces again. When you go shopping, the vehicle will leave you at the entrance and park itself. And it will pay the parking bill by itself (albeit admittedly using your balance). Finally, due to fewer traffic jams, self-driving cars will probably be faster overall. Reinventing.Read More
Positive impacts of traffic jams. Traffic congestion has a number of positive effects. Congestion has the benefit of encouraging motorists to retime their trips so that expensive road space is in full use for more hours per day; The standard response to congestion is to expand road space somehow, perhaps by widening an existing road or else by adding a new road, bridge or tunnel. However, that.Read More
A stubborn high pressure system is making drought conditions worse in the North Island worse, says WeatherWatch.co.nz. “Tropical storms are bubbling up and coming near New Zealand and while the.Read More
The researchers found that the technology is most effective at reducing traffic congestion when two things happen: commuters use more online services for traffic information, including such apps as Waze, and when state governments incorporate more advanced functions into their 511 traveler information systems. But each city is different.Read More
TRAFFIC problems in Shotton have prompted an internet backlash on social networking site Facebook.Read More
T he average driver will spend 32 hours a year in traffic jams, a report has found as online shopping is blamed for the rise in congestion. The UK was found to be the third worst country in.Read More
Buy Traffic: Why we drive the way we do (and what it says about us) by Vanderbilt, Tom (ISBN: 9780713999310) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Read More