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Topic: Gilles Duranton
A study of urban form in the US concludes that increasing the density of population and employment is a slow way to significantly reduce car use compared to directly pricing driving

Managing excessive car use: what’s the low hanging fruit?

A study of urban form in the US concludes that increasing the density of population and employment is a slow way to significantly reduce car use compared to directly pricing driving

Politicians love to criticise each other's plans for failing to "fix" congestion. The reality is neither new road nor rail infrastructure will fix the problem and the real solution is too hard for them

Are politicians serious about “fixing” traffic congestion?

Politicians love to criticise each other's plans for failing to "fix" congestion. The reality is neither new road nor rail infrastructure will fix the problem and the real solution is too hard for them