Friday Funny: Traffic Hurts Love Life

The unattractive finding comes as part of a study linked with a major exhibition on traffic solutions in New York.
February 17, 2006, 2pm PST | David Gest
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"According to a new study by the advocacy group Transportation Alternatives, people who live on highly trafficked streets tend to go out less and have fewer friends and acquaintances than people who live in less congested parts of the city."

"The preliminary findings about how traffic affects social relations and children's ability to play will be presented...at the Municipal Arts Society...where a two-month exhibition addressing the Big Apple's love affair with the auto is underway."

Reviews of a variety of traffic planning measures follow, including congestion pricing, train use...and opening up streets to stickball.

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Published on Tuesday, February 14, 2006 in The Village Voice
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