Here’s what they had to say:
Traffic jams are not, by and large, caused by flaws in road design but by flaws in human nature. While this is bad news for drivers—there’s not much to be done about human nature—it is good news for readers of Tom Vanderbilt’s new book. Traffic is not a dry examination of highway engineering; it’s a surprising, enlightening look at the psychology of human beings behind the steering wheels.
- Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (Amazon.com)
- Slow-Moving Vehicle (NY Times)
- How We Drive: Blog of Tom Vanderbilt (Official Site)