The gold standard in urban transportation is the city-state of Singapore, a densely populated island where most commute to work via one of the world’s most advanced, most intensively used, most comprehensive and most efficient public transit system. Because the island had little land to dedicate to roads, starting in 1998 it pioneered an electronic road toll system that charged high amounts in heavily trafficked areas during rush hour to encourage drivers to shift their schedules to less congested periods.
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