37%
Yes
63%
No
37%
Yes
63%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9NH4KTR from Massachusetts answered…3wks3W

invest more in high speed rail to limit the number of cars on the road and implement parking control

 @9MM7KVZ from Minnesota answered…1mo1MO

 @9N295MR  from Nevada answered…4wks4W

No, and toll roads should be abolished and we must allow everyone to use those roads for free. it's the only way we can continue to move forward building more roads & bridges with gov't subsidies eliminating traffic for gold especially in New York City.

 @9PR6NMD from Virginia answered…12hrs12H

what? we have to make people pay for where they live because it's congested? Not the people's problem.

 @9PQLZJ3 from Texas answered…20hrs20H

Cities should be investing in better design of infrastructure to include fewer cars and more walkable spaces. This solves several problems at the same time.

 @9PQLQLP from North Carolina answered…20hrs20H

Government should help reduce traffic crashes by improving highway safety and pavement cleared roads.

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