How highways make traffic worse

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Expanding highways doesn't do what you think it does.
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Big, expensive highway expansion projects are the source of a lot US transportation funding - but they aren't a silver bullet for congestion relief. In communities that were built for cars, solving traffic problems requires much more holistic problem-solving.
At 1:00, we show a bar graph of travel times on the Katy Freeway that was originally put together by City Observatory, which has covered the Katy Freeway expansion project at length:
cityobservatory.org/reducing-congestion-katy-didnt/
This video was based in large part on research by Gilles Duranton and Matthew A. Turner:
www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aer.101.6.2616
For more reading on induced demand:
www.wired.com/2014/06/wuwt-traffic-induced-demand/
www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-06/traffic-jam-blame-induced-demand?sref=PxYB8Mnq
For Kyle Shelton's work on urbanism:
kinder.rice.edu/urban-edge/author/541
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Vox
Vox 2 महीने पहले
Correction: At 5:12, we use Boston as an example of a successful urban highway removal project that resulted in congestion-reduction. Many of you correctly pointed out that this example isn’t quite right, because they moved several highway lanes underground. You can read more about that project here: www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2015/12/29/years-later-did-big-dig-deliver/tSb8PIMS4QJUETsMpA7SpI/story.html When it comes to congestion-reduction, highway removal projects are inherently complicated, but here is more information about some of the environmental and racial justice impacts of a proposed federal plan to remove urban highways: www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-02-01/urban-highway-removals-could-get-federal-help?sref=PxYB8Mnq
Alex Lim
Alex Lim 10 दिन पहले
@debbiestrahs THANK YOU
Adam Rusiecki
Adam Rusiecki 17 दिन पहले
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8-Bit Emerald Enzo
8-Bit Emerald Enzo महीने पहले
After the removal of the highway of I-93 and replacement with a boulevard with bicycle and bus lanes and better sidewalks in the '90s, in the 2000s, however, the tunnel of I-93 was constructed but traffic doesn't last long until Boston became the most congested city in the US.
jsfan882
jsfan882 महीने पहले
San Francisco would have been a better example instead.
Rachel Cox
Rachel Cox महीने पहले
@Nomad624 vox is being pretty disingenuous about the 62% reduction. Firstly it was a 62% reduction in vehicle hours on i-93 and other adjoining roads, which doesn't necessarily mean fewer cars, it's possible the same number of cars were just able to move faster, reducing vehicle time on the road. Secondly, if you read details about the project and it's impact on traffic, it's very clear that improvements didn't come from moving the highway, they came from improving the connections between the highway and other major arteries to make those transitions happen more smoothly and at a higher speed. So basically the 62% improvement came from making connections between roads better, not from removing a highway or reducing capacity.
Lydia Derhake
Lydia Derhake 5 घंटे पहले
Every other first world country has some form of local train system. Why doesn't the US?
obimk1
obimk1 9 घंटे पहले
US: conneting cars I.S.O. people.
aoilpe
aoilpe 14 घंटे पहले
As you mentioned: Mixed use is a good solution.
aoilpe
aoilpe 14 घंटे पहले
Nice to see Americans have figured it out... Like the Europeans in the 80’s...
Slow Diving
Slow Diving दिन पहले
does this applies on Cities Skyline? *asking the real question*
DCdudeman
DCdudeman दिन पहले
POV: you got this on your recommended because you own cities skylines or watch cities skylines videos
Patrick Fitzgerald
Patrick Fitzgerald दिन पहले
The One Star State (out of five) once again shows the nation what NOT to do. 🤮
Liam Harrison
Liam Harrison दिन पहले
I think what happens is you just don't have enough lanes. So there is a point where if you have more lanes then congestion does go down, you just have to get to that point. Even if it is 50 lanes. Or double or triple Deckers with 100 lanes.
Nabila Astridayanti
Nabila Astridayanti 2 दिन पहले
Thank you, it gives me a new sight as civil engineer. Traffic congestion are so complex and I'm craving to figure out the solution of it.
terrydrums
terrydrums 2 दिन पहले
How about less people? Everyone in front of you in traffic used to be a baby. Less babies = less traffic. Prove me wrong.
WatchMyWorldDissolve
WatchMyWorldDissolve 2 दिन पहले
This is why I get frustrated with people who get on the highway at peak hours only to get off at the next exit a mile away
Guava Devourer
Guava Devourer 2 दिन पहले
This is basically highways in Ontario.
Beetle Camera
Beetle Camera 3 दिन पहले
5:20 it reduced congestion by 62% with Boston big dig. lol what a lie.
Optidorf
Optidorf 3 दिन पहले
Instead of punishing people to go their work encourage employers to stimulate remote work. How's that for an idea?
Ser Garlan Tyrell
Ser Garlan Tyrell 4 दिन पहले
It's actually not quite correct that there is a core of drivers that will always drive no matter what... IF there were other transport options, then a large portion of them might be able to transition away from private cars.
BenniTec
BenniTec 4 दिन पहले
Cities Skylines players watching this be like
Marcus .Danc3
Marcus .Danc3 4 दिन पहले
Let's not forget the traffic during accident scenes...not because the scene is in the middle of the road but people ride by like it's a museum!
Aaron Ansuini
Aaron Ansuini 4 दिन पहले
Im curious to know how this problem may have evolved in light of the remote work and remote schooling options
NvWest
NvWest 6 दिन पहले
Explains why 'increasing options' is better than 'increasing lanes'
Ben
Ben 6 दिन पहले
Still bottlenecks eventually when too many people have a common exit. Another variable to play with is to spread out the density over time.
sarcasmo57
sarcasmo57 6 दिन पहले
More public transport would be pretty cool
VioletGiraffe
VioletGiraffe 7 दिन पहले
There's a fallacy here somewhere. At the same level of congestion, a 6-lane highway still moves 50% more people per hour than a 4-lane one. Similarly, if you have zero roads you will have zero congestion because people physically can't drive. Now they can't get anywhere, but that doesn't seem to concern you, your goal is zero congestion.
Bomen Orange
Bomen Orange 7 दिन पहले
I believe the U.S. traffic can’t be solved by any road systems at all. The mind set of the citizens must be changed first, you gotta find better solutions for social communities instead. Take Europe as an example, many cities have high density of people per square feet, yet most people use public transportations, bike or walk to their destinations. They also live near their work and study places regardless of their social class (upper, medium and lower class). I mean that if you had one company which staffs 10 people (manager, janitors, employees and etc..), they all must try to live near their workplace instead of living far away due to their neighborhood status and drive for hours. That’s the main problem with the U.S. American neighborhoods are built and categorized by income class rather than anything else.
Harry
Harry 7 दिन पहले
As Jay Foreman says "Motorways set a precedent that you are supposed to drive"
Tori Geschrey
Tori Geschrey 7 दिन पहले
100 reasons why we need better public transport, not everyone needs to drive if they have access to public transport
PleaseDontWatchThese
PleaseDontWatchThese 7 दिन पहले
I think the issue is the car is just too big for heavily populations. One car is like 5 to 10 people standing next to each other in size. Think of how many people can fit into one sub way cart compared to each one driving a car.
britney901
britney901 7 दिन पहले
I lived in Vancouver, BC for almost 10 years. BC has different pricing for license plates partly based on when you're doing the bulk of your driving. I had the "pleasure vehicle" level (whatever it's called. I think it's that), where most of my driving is done outside of morning and evening rush hours. I was allowed to drive to and from work during rush hour up to 6 times a month with no penalty. It wasn't really enforced super well, but if I got caught driving to and from work more than that, I would get a pretty sizable ticket. I don't know how well this worked. In Vancouver, at least, there was always a ton of traffic, no matter the time of day (aside from overnight, I guess).
misterfunnybones
misterfunnybones 7 दिन पहले
It's a little more complicated than that. If you have an accident & ICBC can prove that you're abusing the insurance category, then you'll be liable for damages & fraud.
Andrew Stephenson
Andrew Stephenson 8 दिन पहले
There's no highway traffic if there's no highway... Nobody wants to drive 40 miles through traffic lights, so they instead shop/work/dineout closer to their home. Problem solved. I've never seen a culture spend so much money on problems that only elevate the problem.
Olszewski Motorcycles
Olszewski Motorcycles 9 दिन पहले
And there it is, the Democrat sales pitch at the end! They expect a positive from enacting two negatives, right... Typical Senseless Democrat thinking....
Cleyton Nicel Ferreira
Cleyton Nicel Ferreira 9 दिन पहले
My transport engineering professors says: " The better transportation is don't transport anyone!" Jobs and activities can be LOCAL.
garthy4u
garthy4u 7 दिन पहले
Euclidean zoning is the worst thing to happen to urban planning.
Mastakilla91
Mastakilla91 7 दिन पहले
That's true. It's more healhty, more economic, more eco-friendly and more natural to humans who for most of their existens used their feet to travel.
Jaden Ledkins
Jaden Ledkins 9 दिन पहले
So question………. What about tiered freeways? Grow up for greater travel distances……
long dick yet smart head
long dick yet smart head 9 दिन पहले
wow! like at that VOX smart guy!😅
Anthony Dorner
Anthony Dorner 9 दिन पहले
Build more trains
Joaquin Caudeli Fasciolo
Joaquin Caudeli Fasciolo 9 दिन पहले
You just need some good public transportation, like in the EU or Japan, even China is winning this race to the USA.
Terraria Man
Terraria Man 9 दिन पहले
epic
Chop
Chop 9 दिन पहले
H-TOWN HOLD IT DOWN
Jonathan
Jonathan 10 दिन पहले
building more lanes to 'properly handle traffic' is the same as if you had flowers on your balcony and have problems with bees, your answer would be: 'lets put more flowers then!'
Gabriel Chan
Gabriel Chan 11 दिन पहले
San Francisco has removed highway segments. Should have used that as an example instead of Boston
Steven Leyson
Steven Leyson 11 दिन पहले
Its simple why highway was made. To get faster point b . Want less traffic? Stop selling cars🤦
Nobody B
Nobody B 11 दिन पहले
How about instead of building more highways they spend more public transportation and bike lanes like in New York City 😀
Chuck Jordan
Chuck Jordan 12 दिन पहले
One way to help with congestion is car pooling. Anyone who drives alone should pay a toll to drive on these busy highways.
Zak MMR
Zak MMR 12 दिन पहले
It seems to me induced demand isn't what's going on. It's that demand was suppressed by the congestion (making the highway a less valuable choice) and the expansion was insufficient to meet to actual demand for an uncongested highway. It's not like there are infinite commuters that will keep appearing indefinitely.
llama2022
llama2022 11 दिन पहले
You're going to ruin their point of 'car bad, public transit good'
Remco F. Gerritsen
Remco F. Gerritsen 13 दिन पहले
Look at Europe and get the answer
Silender
Silender 13 दिन पहले
Just make better public transport. Like in my country its cheeper for me than driving a car, its fast (not like driving, but in the end there is nowhere to park so I have to park further from the destination and the rest walk, so in the end it costs me the same amount of time), its clean... But i prefer walking if its max 60 min of walk (to my school its +-35min by bus, but 45min by walk) I'd rather leave home a few minutes earlier but I'll be fit.
Kevin Thong
Kevin Thong 14 दिन पहले
at first the title didnt make sense after watching the video i've never been so amazed
stuck Norris
stuck Norris 15 दिन पहले
Vox is the place to go if you want content that is complete an utter nonsense.
Fluffy Unicorn
Fluffy Unicorn 15 दिन पहले
Meanwhile I live in East Texas where we have a two lane highway and most of the time you're the only car on the road 😂
Brian
Brian 15 दिन पहले
Covid has shown that so many people can work from home and this has reduced traffic. Unnecessary traffic is what we need to target
scarpfish
scarpfish 15 दिन पहले
I wish we could open discussion on how not owning cars would be lifting a financial dead weight off a lot of people's backs, and might even reduce insurance rates for those who still own them.
Auto Bot
Auto Bot 15 दिन पहले
Well honestly I didn't get that ball model...
Dmitry Chirkov
Dmitry Chirkov 16 दिन पहले
Lower taxes for businesses that have a certain percentage of remote employees. Problem solved.
Sarath J
Sarath J 17 दिन पहले
Thanos had the right solution all along
Nova Verse
Nova Verse 17 दिन पहले
America needs denser cities, short distances for amenities and local services. Not highways to get to work from A to B from hours of driving. Its time for you Americans to embrace bicycle..
Pranav Kamble
Pranav Kamble 17 दिन पहले
Wow! this was eye opening in a sense for me. I live in mumbai which is known for less space on roads because of illegal parking on the side of the roads resulting in narrow lanes for vehicles. I always thought maybe if the government widened the road enough then we won't have traffic issues.
Faggot Rotten
Faggot Rotten 18 दिन पहले
This video fails to look at why houston is growing towards the west. Cy-fair and Katy schools are the better districts It's why everything is new and exploding Downtowns are slums, democrats have destroyed quality in the inner beltway8, getting out to a different county means better life, better white people, and good schools for your kids. Vox you only see half the stuff you report, it's why your content is poor
Akshat Tamrakar
Akshat Tamrakar 19 दिन पहले
How could I make modi je see this video?
Mark Schrader
Mark Schrader 21 दिन पहले
Having lived in Houston for 15 years I believe the root of the problem is the every growing increase in population of the Houston metro area. Until the population of the area stabilizes we will just be playing catch up and never solve the problem. Furthermore, since Houston is so spread out public transportation is only an option if you happen to work downtown. It is ironic that on Earth Day there is hardly any mention of the fundamental cause of climate change, water and food shortages, and a host of other environmental issues which is an expanding population. As the population grows there is a struggle to determine where is the water, food and energy for the added people going to come from. We need to recognize that any family that has more than 2 or 3 children is part of the problem. The concept of sustainable development or production is a joke without a stable population. Unfortunately, business and politicians seem only to focus on growth. In addition, many of the places with the highest rates of population growth are less developed which further complicates the issue. Until a stable population becomes a major part of the conversation nothing will really change.
Rodney McCoy
Rodney McCoy 23 दिन पहले
I don't usually comment, but this is hilarious: The best way to remove traffic, is to remove highways. This is sort of like Trump saying, if we don't test for COVID, there won't be any cases. What exactly is the proposed solution? Just no roads to get from here to there? This is so ludicrous. No roads, No Traffic. Absolutely genius, right? In economic terms, the solution is to reduce the demand for mass transit. I.E., less necessity to put up with traffic to get to your "job". The solution is not to reduce supply. That would create many serious problems. What about Logistics? How would destroying highways be a good thing logistically? The simplest reason that traffic is so bad is because of how our society functions. If people didn't have bills, etc. no one would put up with traffic. There are better solutions to traffic than just destroying the highways. They include less emphasis on money, and working near where you live.
Chester Chess
Chester Chess 9 दिन पहले
And for the logistical problem, maybe you should only allow for commercial transporation of goods, but there might be loopholes as all americans do.
Chester Chess
Chester Chess 9 दिन पहले
Didn't they say that? But yeah, that is true and it kind of made me laugh too.
Will G
Will G 24 दिन पहले
What this video fails to address, is its own example of Boston. Boston, conducted the Big dig, one portion of which was to put the old freeway underground. This video fails to portray that, as it makes it seem like a freeway was then replaced with a boulevard, when in actuality, the freeway was replaced with a similarly sized, if not larger tunnel underneath that stretches the span of the old freeway, and a boulevard above.
Chris Merlo
Chris Merlo 25 दिन पहले
Idk why we don't add a second story to roads. We add it to buildings, homes, and all kinds of structures. And it doesn't have to be made of so much concrete, they just make it with that because it's cheaper.
_HEDA_
_HEDA_ 28 दिन पहले
USA is once a public transportation mega country in the world, USA have lots of trams and passenger trains. But now the new policy is slowly killing USA. Look at Asia and Europe. They are thriving their countries so flexibility because of Public Transportation.
Alejandro delatorre
Alejandro delatorre 28 दिन पहले
That what’s Houston wants to do..... they wanna remove the portion of 45 south and put the 59 south section underground to connect with the other part of 59 that’s already below the surface streets y’all should look into it’s pretty expansive
Iambetterthanyou seriously
Iambetterthanyou seriously महीने पहले
It doesnt help that the government contracts these projects the incompetent clowns and over pay them. Seattle has been working on a tunnel and light rail system for what? 20 years?
Kiwi Blue
Kiwi Blue महीने पहले
We dont need EVs or huge highways, all we need is public transport but that solution is way too boring.
doctornick666
doctornick666 महीने पहले
I'm sure adding more lanes also increases congestion because of lane changes. When it's busy, every time a car changes into a new lane it makes the existing traffic slow down a bit too make room, so if you expand to a 20 lane road you must increase all the lane changes going on
MelloBreather
MelloBreather 25 दिन पहले
I mean I get the idea of induced demand and how we should avoid giving extra incentives for people to get on the highway all the time but I don't agree with the idea of removing highways which the US federal government spent so much taxpayer's money on. I think private automobiles should work in conjunction with a good and affordable public transportation system but not sacrificing cars for buses and subways. It's just like economic growth also follows with producing more green house gas, but the solution to the problem should be finding green energy instead of reducing economic growth.
JUSTICE COOPERATIVE
JUSTICE COOPERATIVE महीने पहले
Just tax more on people with private cars to fund the Public Transportation System.
8-Bit Emerald Enzo
8-Bit Emerald Enzo महीने पहले
The Katy Freeway still holds the title as the widest freeway in the world with actually having 29 lanes. The second widest is Ontario Highway 401 through Mississauga with 22 lanes.
Just Vienna
Just Vienna महीने पहले
This is what happens when your in a country that doesn’t care about public transportation like trains and busses
Nombuso Mlambo
Nombuso Mlambo महीने पहले
The Katy Highway looks like something from my nightmares. Knowing me I'd get so lost with all those lanes
R B
R B महीने पहले
Can’t just make bike lanes that lead to nowhere (talking to you Vancouver planners)
Yetunde King
Yetunde King महीने पहले
Wrote a whole dissertation on this topic. It’s very interesting
laineotto1
laineotto1 महीने पहले
think: almost every car has 1 person inside it. a bus holds 30-40. remove 30 cars from traffic jam and add 1 bus. do this a multitude of times and the traffic becomes smoother
Aly pixar
Aly pixar महीने पहले
Great video
宮崎庄部フルール
宮崎庄部フルール महीने पहले
People be building more bridges on places with no river than those that have lol
Af_Mobile Official
Af_Mobile Official महीने पहले
the governments in all of the world are weird
Biffa Plays Indie Games
Biffa Plays Indie Games महीने पहले
Very interesting 👍
Diholl
Diholl 22 दिन पहले
Very ;)
IDK
IDK 25 दिन पहले
I must say i'm a big fan
Александар
Александар महीने पहले
Hi
Gustavo Gomes
Gustavo Gomes महीने पहले
Hi
It's Just Speculation
It's Just Speculation महीने पहले
They explained it bad.
William Diaz
William Diaz महीने पहले
We need to be creating housing/transit/business sectors in cities and only use highways as connections between.
Tony Darosa
Tony Darosa महीने पहले
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HadrienLBB
HadrienLBB महीने पहले
At 1:02, there is mention of a simple economic theory that explains why building more lanes does not reduce congestion. This theory is the law of demand and supply. More highways (supply) leads to more cars taking to the roads (demand), so congestion never goes away. While this is interesting and in large part accurate, this is actually NOT the main reason why more lanes and highways fail to reduce congestion in urban centers. The real reason hinges on a different economic concept known as output. In other words, reducing congestion should address the most critical bottleneck. And the bottleneck was never "how many cars can I have on a highway" but instead at what rate can I get them to exit the highway. In most infrastructure projects, adding lanes to highways essentially equates to adding "storage capacity" to the highway, which is absolutely nonsensical. The real issue is with the number of exits and their respective outputs, which are the only elements that really require fixing. Highways with 10, 15, etc. lanes across are a complete aberration and waste of capital. Now on incentives and highway removal, this is something that can be accepted for aesthetical reasons (e.g. Boston where it was buried) or if maintenance costs spiral out of control. But it really is a cowardly decision when so many other superior options to incentivize exist, they only require more courage. That being said, there is no argument that building highways and adding lanes the way it's been done the past few decades is lazy and aggravates America's already sub-par infrastructure.
Walter
Walter महीने पहले
I lived within walking distance of this interchange for about 20 years. Then, I became head engineer for Atlanta for 20 years. This is an excellent video for the layperson, or even the expert. I've built many $ 100M+ Interchanges, that when finished, were already obsolete when they were opened. I am proud of one thing: That I was as influential as anybody in building Atlantic Station in midtown Atlanta, which is a true live, work, and play community.
Francisco Mendes
Francisco Mendes महीने पहले
It is sad to see a short documentary about traffic congestion and hear the final frase: "If you build it, they will come". Looks as if people having to go to work far from their homes are the guilty ones. Of course a highway expansion is built for more and more people in cars. But, what comes first? The demand that generates more infrastructure, or, is the infrastruture that generates demand? Should people stop living far from their jobs and move downtown? Should people stop getting financially better? Should people stop buying cars? Definitely there is not only one and/or easy solution. Some actions we can take, and government policies may be: decentralization of (commercial and administrative) working areas, creating new decentralize workplaces. More, and more, and better trains and metros (when possible underground), a slight change in the US addiction for big cars, more comfortable buses. And, more recently, coworking spaces and offices, more home-schooling, and, the newest, home-office. In a near future, the constant people's movements made by autonomous vehicles, or, autonomous aerial drones. If we do it, we wil use it!
Nazz_23
Nazz_23 महीने पहले
its almost like population grew over the years
Chris Yeh
Chris Yeh महीने पहले
Make more cities! Then everyone isn’t all trying to get to one place.
Lala Land
Lala Land महीने पहले
0:49 "*Perry* Pushes *Katy* Freeway Widening Project In Houston" Katy Perry ┌|o^▽^o|┘♪
Vasco Amaral Grilo
Vasco Amaral Grilo महीने पहले
Thanks! A good argument for replacing road space with cycling paths!
Green-Pill Neo
Green-Pill Neo महीने पहले
Moral of the story: there are simply far too many of these redundant human bodies and many of them just need to be killed off.
Tanner Willliams
Tanner Willliams महीने पहले
What about we get planes... everything is a highway
Akshay Desai
Akshay Desai महीने पहले
So first they spend billions to build highways and now spending billions to remove them 🤦 seems like America has wayy too much money !
Tor-Erik Bakke
Tor-Erik Bakke महीने पहले
You can expand but you also have to toll the road and ideally have congestion pricing.
Jonathan Turek
Jonathan Turek महीने पहले
I figured out how to fix this issue. It's called the 21 hour city. Vs the 8 hour city. It's brilliant.
Pseudynom
Pseudynom महीने पहले
Widening a highway is like upgrading your computer's processor while still using a magnet disc hard drive.
user
user महीने पहले
Work from home
Alivindra Ramadhan
Alivindra Ramadhan महीने पहले
because u ppl dont know how to use lane properly
Donatella _
Donatella _ महीने पहले
*Laughs in Europe*
Noel Winni
Noel Winni महीने पहले
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Michael Gonzalez
Michael Gonzalez महीने पहले
Isn't this like the 10th video y'all have done on this subject. So you all haven't added anything new.
Andrew Rico
Andrew Rico महीने पहले
Highways are a strategy defense asset
Almighty Sosa300
Almighty Sosa300 महीने पहले
So all this work on the 405 is for nothing. All my friends in OC reading this know what I’m talking about
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