• October 1st, 2013

Every  year, the average American commuter spends a total of about one week of their life in traffic. Traffic congestion and the resulting delays costs major U.S. cities $121 billion in fuel costs and productivity loss annually, the equivalent of about $800 per commuter. Now, computer scientists in Pennsylvania have a new smart traffic signal system that could help reduce traffic congestion, curb pollution, and cut commuter time.