Something must be done to ease traffic congestion. In traditional small towns, people used to work and shop in the same town in which they lived, but now that stores and workplaces are located far away from residential areas, people cannot avoid travelling long distances each day. Traffic congestion is so heavy on all roads that, even on major highways, the maximum speed averages only 35 miles per hour.
Which one of the following proposals is most supported by the statements above?OPTIONS
[A]. The maximum speed limit on major highways should be increased.
[B]. People who now travel on major highways should be encouraged to travel on secondary roads instead.
[C]. Residents of the remaining traditional small towns should be encouraged to move to the suburbs.
[D]. Drivers who travel well below the maximum speed limit on major highways should be fined.
[E]. New businesses should be encouraged to locate closer to where their workers would live.
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