I am Seattle Traffic

Welcome to IamSeattleTraffic.org. Personal Responsibility is the Cure to the Commute.

I encourage you to read the Welcome post and to learn more about The Universal Goals of the Commute, Driving In Congestion, and Traffic Zen.

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Thursday, May 3, 2007

What are you doing about it?

We'd love to hear from you about steps you've taken to improve the commute one car at a time.

Any tips or tricks you can share? Any recent experiences with less than enlightened drivers?

Post a comment and let us know!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

shouldn't we just drive as fast as we can at all times?

Anonymous said...

shouldn't we just drive as fast as we can at all times?

But then everyone else couldn't drive as fast as they wanted because of you.

Holly said...

I usually leave plenty of room in front of me when I'm going across the bridge in rush hour. It can be tempting to change lanes, but I've found it doesn't really help.

I can't stand tailgaters!

Anonymous said...

Bus. Well, two buses. Two hours a day on the bus to go 12 miles there, and 12 back. But I'm far less stressed than the drivers . . .