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Mar 08

Shockwave traffic jams

It’s been known that traffic jams ripple backwards through traffic, which explains why traffic slows down long before the scene of an accident, and appears to speed up again before the scene. A bunch of Japanese researchers have managed to creatively replicate a traffic jam so that it’s readily visible.

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