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What is the Optimum Speed to Travel?

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Does having your foot hard on the accelerator on the way home from work get you home quicker? It may surprise you, but it will not. Tests have shown that driving at a steady 80km/h is the quickest way to get from A to B. Being patient is essential. There is also no gain in changing from lanes. | ▶ optimum not stories news. |◀ |
M4 Motorway Sydney
The problem is that motorists do not like speed restrictions. Attempts in the past have received barrages of criticism. However, with less pollution at lower speeds, there will be more pressure the other way. Authorities will ultimately bring in restrictions.  | ▶ | australian| ◀ |    

Automobile bodies say that slowing down, stopping and accelerating causes most pollution. They, of course, are living in dreamland. Traffic lights are essential to distribute traffic. Nothing can be done to get "cruise" motoring conditions. Indeed, those driving at the limit on 100km/h motorways have to keep slowing down behind others travelling at 80km/h. | ▶ | not. | ◀

A variable speed system is to be tried on Sydney's M4 motorway later this year. Computers will make calculations which will give optimal speeds to be set on particular sections to improve flow. There could be problems with this because motorists will assume that speed limits today are the same as yesterday, not realizing that they are being changed throughout the day.        | ▶ | not | ◀ |
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