With Trump slashing funding for public transport, cities are looking to companies for help in addressing crippling congestion

Big US cities are filling with cars. Consider Seattle, for example, a large city in the Pacific Northwest. Traffic congestion, which increased 3% last year, is the fourth worst in the US after LA, New York, and San Francisco. The Seattle region is home to five of the country’s...

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