There is at least one positive thing about the recession: it's making Americans' morning and evening commutes a bit more tolerable.
For the second year in a row, rush hour traffic has fallen, easing the commutes of many Americans, according to a new study by the Texas Transportation Institute, part of Texas A&M University.
The ebb in traffic started in the last half of 2007 as gas prices started to climb. Then the recession took hold. Fewer trucks were transporting good and fewer people were...Full Story