There’s few things worse than a traffic jam. If you’ve ever been to LA or NYC, you’ll know how nightmarish “carpocalypse” can be. With cities around the nation continuing to grow in size, people are turning to city planners for new solutions to ease traffic woes. Despite the pleas of citizens, not much has been done so far — but a group of urban analysts are pointing to some European solutions that have seen decreases in traffic and greater funding to trains and busses. Could this one trick work in the U.S.?