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Highway traffic is plunging in these US cities amid coronavirus pandemic

Highway traffic is plunging in these US cities amid coronavirus pandemic

Nathan Bomey
USA TODAY
Updated 2:52p.m. ET Mar. 13, 2020

Noticing fewer people on the road? You're not imagining things.

The coronavirus pandemic is leading to reduced highway traffic on American roadways in certain major metropolitan areas as many people begin to telecommute and avoid social interaction.

Congestion is easing in places like New York, Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco, according to traffic figures provided exclusively to USA TODAY by HERE Technologies, a location data and technology company with more than 9,000 employees... FULL ARTICLE

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