HAMILTON, Ont., Canada – As if Detroit didn’t have enough to worry about, now it has Gridlock Sam on its back. Actually, Samuel Schwartz – the legendary transportation engineer who coined the term “gridlock” – is riding Detroit’s Canadian neighbor, Windsor, Ont., where an inefficient traffic grid is clogging a key international shipping route and costing an estimated $18 billion annually in lost productivity. Hired by the city to evaluate the mess, he has published a report on potential ...

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