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Traffic: Why We Drive The Way We Do


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In light of the recent Michael Bryant discussion, I thought I might mention a book I recently finished: "Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What it Says About Us)" by a guy named Tom Vanderbilt. It would seem that most of us spend a lot of time driving, and at least one of us here does it for a living. There are also quite a few cyclists here who would likely find this book interesting. Many cool studies and anecdotal evidence from traffic engineers, behavioural psychologists and automotive engineers. Anyway, the point is that I almost couldn't put it down, and want to share my orgasmic enthusiasm with all of you.

Check it out, beyotches: Amazon Link

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