Why rush hour isn’t as bad in post-pandemic L.A.
Traffic congestion in Los Angeles and other metropolitan areas is simply a way of life, but a new study finds that the usual rush hour traffic jams aren’t as bad in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
The study, conducted by the University of North Carolina, found that, while traffic plunged to record lows during the height of the pandemic, overall traffic has returned to its pre-pandemic levels.
But even with the same number of drivers on the road, rush hour traffic isn’t as bad as it was prior to the pandemic. Story: https://ktla.com/news/california/why-rush-hour-isnt-as-bad-in-post-pandemic-l-a/