Thursday, September 2, 2010
As the semi-official Lead Reporter on Massive Traffic Jams for the Land Use Prof blog, readers will be glad to know that this intrepid reporter remains on the case of all things traffic jammed in China.
In particular, the increasingly X-File-ish traffic jamming in China has apparently returned. No sign of The Cigarette Smoking Man yet but this is an extremely curious ebb and flow of traffic activity in the hinterlands of Asia.
A Black Swan? Massive IMF cover-up? Something for The Fringe Division?
Read more here.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.
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