In the U.S., the population grew 20% from 1982 to 2001. In that same time span, traffic in urban centers increased by 236%. Since the amount of cars on the road is expected to double by 2020, real solutions need to be identified that will help reduce traffic in urban centers.
Propose a solution that will reduce the traffic in U.S. cities, and takes into account the fact that more cars will be on the road in the future. Describe:
1) How your solution will reduce traffic.
2) What specific resources you would need to implement your proposal.
CRITERIA: For this challenge, solutions should focus on managing traffic from motor vehicles instead of motivating commuters to use alternate forms of transportation.
|Jin Pan Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Jeff Wu Massachusetts Institute Of Technology|
|Michael Di Mascio Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Jessica Steffens Stanford University|
|Justin Masone Johns Hopkins University|
|Benjamin Tee Stanford University|
|Grant Iwamoto Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Brian Wong University of California at Berkeley|
|Robert Joseph Tufts University|
|Clark McMahon The Ohio State University|
|Jason Teh University of California at Berkeley|
|Janille Maragh Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Connor Landgraf University of California at Berkeley|
|Patrick Wu University of California at Berkeley|
|Sercan Arik Stanford University|