Monday, June 13, 2011

Increasing Auto Congestion: Culprit Early Deaths, Huge Shared Costs


A new study finds that traffic in the Charleston/North Charleston area will jump 32 percent in the first 30 years of this millennium. This, in turn, could lead to about two premature deaths each year and some $21 million in health care costs by 2030, the study estimates.
What does that say about how we transport ourselves?

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