Mark Dolliver: Myth Vs. Reality for U.S. Drivers

Automotive advertising that shows cars zooming down traffic-free roads is more likely than ever to embitter people who drive on the nation’s roads in real-life conditions. That’s especially true for drivers in the big metro areas. The 2007 Urban Mobility Report from the Texas Transportation Institute included data on average freeway speeds for drivers in metro areas, and they aren’t very speedy.

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