Cars are the Cholesterol of Buenos Aires’ Veins

The problem of increasing congestion is plaguing the development of the city of Buenos Aires, not to mention the deleterious effects on residents' quality of life.
April 7, 2013, 11am PDT | globalsiteplans
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Luis Lozano-Paredes explores possible solutions to the increasing problem of congestion in Buenos Aires. Negative externalities are born not just by motorists losing time in a traffic jam, but by every resident and visitor who must breathe the polluted air and deal with the personal and social impacts of accidents. In spite of the rising concerns about this problem, there is no comprehensive transportation plan to guide policy makers in trying to alleviate it.

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Published on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 in Global Site Plans - The Grid
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