Bottlenecks choking U.S. highways, traffic study finds

02/19/2004 | USA Today

The number of major traffic bottlenecks in the U.S. increased from 167 in 1999 to 233 in 2002, with cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta experiencing multiple major bottlenecks, according to a new traffic study. The report is from the American Highway Users Alliance, which is lobbying Congress to include highway expansions in congested areas as part of the $318 billion highway-mass transit bill under consideration.

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