A Harvard University study says traffic congestion in the largest U.S. urban areas in 2010 led to more than 2,200 premature deaths and a...

A Harvard University study says traffic congestion in the largest U.S. urban areas in 2010 led to more than 2,200 premature deaths and a public health cost of at least $18 billion, USA Today reports.


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