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Bandera Road on the city's Northwest side is the seventh most-congested corridor in Bexar County and one of the top 100 worst in the state, according to TXDot. 


Sometimes, people are the worst. If you want proof of that, sit in traffic.

From Texas Standard:

When asked about their daily commute to work, residents of some of Texas’ largest cities may offer a groan in response. But solutions to Texas’ traffic problems – a lack of reliable mass transit, and increasingly congested roadways – may require a change in the way Texans think about transportation.

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From Texas Standard:

Two Texas teams are heading to California to compete in this weekend’s SpaceX hyperloop competition.

Four years ago, SpaceX founder Elon Musk published a white paper outlining a new concept in mass transit. The idea is to shuttle people around in pods, traveling at high speeds. Since Musk made his proposal, engineers have been working to perfect that technology, hoping to make the hyperloop a reality.

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