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Gridlock gone? Minneapolis No. 1 in traffic decrease

Traffic congestion dropped 30 percent last year from 2010 in the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, and the biggest decrease was in Minneapolis, according to a new study. The number of road projects in the city dropped from 283 in 2010 to 258 in 2011, one official said.
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Traffic congestion dropped 30 percent last year from 2010 in the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, and the biggest decrease was in Minneapolis, according to a new study. The number of road projects in the city dropped from 283 in 2010 to 258 in 2011, one official said.

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