Nation's Most Chaotic Traffic Pattern

New Jersey has one of the nation's most chaotic traffic patterns. Is mass transit up to the challenge?

"New Jersey commuters move in more different directions than nearly anyone else in the country...So many jobs have moved from the cities to the suburbs, and so many people have followed suit that commuting patterns have morphed into something hard to plot, experts say...People who commute from suburb to suburb can't be served by transit..."

Thanks to Jason L. Kasler, AICP, PP

Full Story: Jersey's scattershot commute

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