Why do police in this Canadian town hand out tickets for good driving?

Per Englund
May 6, 2016 · 5 min read
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Turin’s terrible traffic was a key plot point in The Italian Job (1969), which is still probably the most entertaining film ever made about smart city infrastructure. (Image IMCDB)

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Breda, Netherlands: The city rewarding drivers for staying at home

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