Seattle Praised for Traffic Efficiency
Seattle and Tacoma's program to ease traffic flows is cited as the nation's most effective by the Texas Transportation Institute. The average rush-hour driver in the Seattle area spent 46 hours in congestion in 2002, compared to a 63-hour average in 1992, according to the group. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and King County, Wash., executive Ron Sims.
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