What The U.S. Can Learn From Singapore

A combination of technology and tough government places the island nation on the cutting edge of traffic control.
November 17, 2001, 8am PST | Christian Madera | @cpmadera
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"Singapore, that hyper-organized city-nation at the bottom of the Malay Peninsula, is a living laboratory for intelligent transport systems, a catch-all phrase for high tech strategies to gather data, manage flow, and inform drivers of congestion ahead." The advances manage to keep the delays during the daily commutes substantially less than American cities of comparable size..."But the Singapore miracle has less to do with technology than with bureaucracy."

Thanks to Christian Peralta

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Published on Friday, November 16, 2001 in Wired
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