Mathematicians outline how cities can avoid traffic jams

Apparently, mathematicians have figured out how to solve urban traffic jams and free up our roads. Instead of focusing solely on road improvements, Alexander Krylatov’s new book proposes that we look elsewhere. For example, he argues that all drivers should only receive instructions from one central hub so as to make rerouting cars efficient, likely to eliminate contradicting instructions from being sent out and causing traffic jams.
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