Considering human behavior is highly driven by economic incentives, one could map an incentive program where companies willing to relocate are rewarded financially. Offering incentives to companies who relocate to areas with less or no traffic would encourage these to do so. Providing incentives would be financially beneficial to companies, while they are still operating and providing their services. Employees could potentially benefit from these incentives by avoiding traffic and moving from highly priced neighborhoods. For instance: I work for an Engineering company in Doral, with over 60 employees, however, the service we provide does not demand us to be in Doral, due to our work being done on computers and submitting projects through such. Offering incentives to the company would encourage the company to relocate to a less congested area, removing over 60 cars, from crowded Doral, from employees, and the company would still offer its services. That is 60 cars from one company, if this was done with many, traffic would be highly decreased to none.
Relocation Incentives: An Option for Congested Areas
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