Friday, December 5, 2014

Protests and bottlenecks

Don's the first I've known to take note of this.

After today's Don and Doug webcast, Don shared an observation with me.

In the on-going waves of protests around the country, roving bands of demonstrators have successfully managed to block tunnels, bridges and key highways.

Some of these shut-downs are being carried out with only a handful of protesters.

Almost anyone who commutes probably passes through some kind of bottleneck on a regular basis.

Interstates may seem free flowing, but blocking just two to four lanes can hold thousands of travelers hostage.

How at risk is your commute?

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