Idea for Alissa Walker:

We all know that widening highways doesn’t work well for reducing traffic. This is because cars take up far more space length-wise than width-wise. So...

I propose this: All new cars should be twice as wide, and half as long. You can then fit twice as many cars on a given mile of road. We can’t make the roads longer, but we can make them wider, and if we make the cars shorter, we can fit a lot more on the roads.

Genius. I just saved America.

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