Researchers say ride-hailing hurts bus and rail ridership, increases traffic congestion.
Further proof that our own bad driving habits cause traffic snarls.
Miraculously, the motorist avoided a collision.
That route may save you eight minutes, but it'll cost you $200.
Maintaining equal distance between cars in front of and behind you is said to be key for optimal traffic flow.
The only thing worse than being stuck in traffic is being taunted for being stuck in traffic. To drive home just how lousy it is to be stuck in bumper to bumper traffic, Uber has unleashed ad-carrying drones in Mexico City to let drivers know there's a better way to travel.
However, there are things we can do to improve traffic in the meantime.
Police stopped a van in Sichuan, China, last week and found it was stuffed with 35 people.
A drone flying above one of China's mega freeways caught these incredible images of a huge traffic jam during one of the busiest travel days in China.
Two Mercedes drivers in the UK refused to give way in a one-lane tunnel, causing a frustrating traffic jam for everyone else on the road.
A quartet on their way home from a gig gave weary travelers a free concert while stuck in traffic over the weekend.
A study from the Centre for Economics and Business Research and the company Inrix Inc claims to be the first to assess the "economic and environmental costs of U.S. traffic." It reports that cumulatively between 2013 and 2030 traffic congestion could cost the US $2.8 trillion.
Caribbean musicians cheered up frazzled commuters over the weekend by creating a traffic jam of their own.
Drivers can't see the bigger picture when it comes to how traffic flows, author Tom Vanderbilt told a crowd at the Boing Boing: Ingenuity Conference in San Francisco last month. And that's the fundamental cause of traffic jams.
It's hard to fathom just how bad traffic can be in Asia. Sure, we hear about 60-mile-long jams and that motorists in China lose nine days a year to traffic, but until you can actually bear witness to the madness that is rush hour in an Asian city, there's no way to know how bad it is. It makes Los Angeles'
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