Farther, faster? Not anymore
Progress in transportation is stalling as technology lags and suburban sprawl ties things up.
By Paul Nussbaum
Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer
After centuries of ever-faster travel, the triumph of technology over time seems to have stalled. The expectation that each generation will be not only be more upwardly mobile, but also more rapidly mobile, has died, apparently of congestion of the arteries.
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