"You drive like a maniac," Ali MacGraw tells Ryan O'Neal In Love Story. In Boston, he replies, "everybody drives like a maniac." The Boston Magazine attempts to unfurl the cause of this traffic mania. This article is a gripping account of how one small brake, or a glance on the opposite side can bring miles of traffic to a complete halt in Boston. Also, the story speaks about how the number of cars in the city will only multiply given our fascination and lust for privacy.
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