- ?Lv 62 decades agoFavorite Answer
What is Induced Travel?
"Induced travel" is a term that has been widely used to describe the observed increase in traffic volume that occurs soon after a new highway is opened or a previously congested highway is widened. The term often appears in the popular press, and has been used by some advocacy groups to support their argument that "we can't build our way out of traffic congestion," because any increase in highway capacity is quickly filled up with additional traffic.
2005-03-27 00:05:41 補充：Source(s): +oil
- Anonymous2 decades ago
應該是..."引起傳導"吧Source(s): 辭典&by myself