‘Zipper’ merging improves trade upsurge in Germany, 2 states, website says

Zipper merging has been pegged as a some-more fit approach to mix dual lanes of trade into one, according to OZY. Here’s how it works. Drivers roving in a shuttered line keep relocating to a indicate of closure before merging. The thought is that cars swap entering a open lane, permitting trade to flow.

But many drivers combine earlier, interlude trade and causing congestion, according to OZY.

Germany has a law requiring motorists to use a zipper merge, according to a website. In a U.S., Washington and Minnesota are pulling a rule, OZY reports.

For some-more on a OZY report, click here.