Friday June 5, 2020

Slow down to speed things up?

Variable speed limits could significantly reduce traffic congestion - but only if they’re done right

21st October, 2018

Anyone that uses the M50 motorway in Dublin regularly will have noticed the increase in congestion over the past three years - and not just around the traditional ‘rush hour’ periods in the morning and evening – resulting in a lot more of us getting stuck in traffic. Not for the first time, variable speed limits are being discussed. Variable speed limits have been mooted in the past, but it appears that legislation changes are...

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