A great percentage of Miami's traffic is due to parents taking their children to and from school. In order to alleviate severely congested traffic, stay-at-home parents can be given 2 set days a week (or more--even up to a full year), during school year, for children to stay home and take classes via computer on virtual reality education (same school, teachers and friends. Students log in at same time every morning w/ kids at their "real" school). A tax deduction or incentive is paid to residents participating in lessening traffic via this program. Teachers who participate receive tax deductions and rewards.
Example of two set days:
The two set days can be divided into groups:
Group A: virtual at-home schooling on Mondays and Tuesdays
Group B: virtual at-home schooling on Wed's and Thursdays
Group C: virtual at-home schooling on Thursdays and Fridays
If all parents choose virtual schooling for the full year, it will be a simpler plan (depends on whatever teachers and parents prefer).