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Stockholm Concludes Test of Traffic Control System



September 21, 2006 By

Stockholm, Sweden, has a wonderful public transit system that includes busses, subway lines and boats. Drottningatan, a major street for pedestrians only, winds through the city, lined with shops and cafes. Auto traffic in and out of the city can be heavy at times, and an American might suggest widening the roads. But not the Swedes. They are cutting auto congestion by taxing autos that enter the city during peak hours.


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