Sunday, December 03, 2006

Reducing traffic congestion

Would traffic congestion be cut by 10% if the estimated 1.4m uninsured drivers were forced off Britain's roads?

Uninsured drivers are typically young males living in an urban environment where traffic congestion is particularly bad...

How would road pricing be enforced for these drivers!?!

2 comments:

Toque said...

Something that is never mentioned by the newspapers and TV networks when discussing congestion is the fact that we have more and more people coming into the country - with the population expected to hit 70M by 2075.

Logic dictates that the best way to reduce congestion is to have fewer people - am I the only person that can see that?

Snafu said...

Toque, I think you are! The Government doesn't even have a population policy!