Is there any city in the world with well-timed traffic lights over a large grid?
I just want to usually hit 10 green lights in a row when going above 40 mph for all 4 directions (during peak traffic time).
It doesn't seem like it would be that difficult (I would start by outlawing left turns), but I'm always frustrated in California. So, where do city engineers do better? I think the government underappreciates the morale/environmental/time benefits of reducing traffic jams.