California’s Highway Infrastructure: Traffic’s Looming Costs

“. . .uses the current cost of congestion (defined as time and fuel wasted due to travel delays during peak periods) as a starting point, and examines exactly how much that burden will grow if road capacity remains unchanged through the year 2030. The authors also examine alternate scenarios to determine the extent to which future congestion costs can be mitigated by undertaking manageable levels of new road construction during the same period. “

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