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How to Fix Traffic Forever

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Join Wendover Productions in exploring some seemingly obvious, but surprisingly effective, innovations in traffic control. From congestion pricing to diverging diamond interchanges, these systems effortlessly increase the flow of traffic and minimize the potential for collisions.

Video by Wendover Productions on YouTube

Music is “Vibe Ace” by Kevin MacLeod and “Solar Flares” by Silent Partner

Animation by Josh Sherrington (
Sound by Graham Haerther (

Ramp meter photo courtesy SounderBruce via Flickr
Ramp meter photo 2 courtesy Garrett via Flickr
Stockholm congestion charge photo courtesy Eurist ev via Flickr
FedEx Field photo courtesy Rory Finneren via Wikipedia
US Roundabout photo courtesy Una Smith via Wikipedia
Exhibition road shared space photo courtesy Romazur via Wikipedia
Stuttgart shared space photo courtesy Mussklprozz via Wikipedia
Bohmte shared space photo courtesy Kai Kowalewski via Wikipedia
Alleyway shared space photo courtesy Jarret M via Flickr
DDI photo courtesy Supercarwaar via Wikipedia
Select visuals courtesy Google Maps/Earth

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One Response to “How to Fix Traffic Forever”

  1. Darrell says:

    The greater Los Angeles area has used ramp meters for decades.

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