Honking to Reduce Traffic Jams

In order to find ways to help St. Louis drivers negotiate the Highway 40 construction project, I have been scouring academic research reports regarding traffic flow issues. The study I found today, reported by The Onion, seems to be the optimal solution. I’ll be submitting this idea to MoDOT for their inclusion in traffic planning for the upcoming Highway 40 shutdown.

Tired Of Traffic? A New DOT Report Urges Drivers: ‘Honk’

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