It’s probably because of all the people driving interstate to get high, then driving back already high, the researchers believe.
Kids aged 4 to 8 are the most at risk.
More and more evidence suggests that chronic noise causes cardiovascular diseases.
Europe’s and North America’s leaders are quite surprising.
Sleep quality might have something to do with the reported findings.
Move away from the busy roads.
Computer models like Traffic-Simulation are designed to figure out how each traffic component adds towards a jam. The simulation models various conditions such as number of trucks or cars on the road, average distance and speed of cars, lane geometry and so forth, to explain how they develop.
Tom Vanderbilt, journalist, blogger, and author of the best-selling book, Traffic gave an awesome 20 minute presentation on why traffic jams happen, and why it’s our fault for rush hour traffic. “[T]he individual driver cannot often understand the larger traffic system,” says Vanderbilt. The video is definitely worth the watch, but I’ve plucked some of the most interesting points on