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Could Mexico City Hold The Key To Solving Boston's Gridlock?08:30
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Metrobús is a bus rapid transit system that has served Mexico City since 2006. It consists of seven lines that cross the city and connect with other forms of transit. (Keith Dannemiller for WBUR)
Metrobús is a bus rapid transit system that has served Mexico City since 2006. It consists of seven lines that cross the city and connect with other forms of transit. (Keith Dannemiller for WBUR)

Boston has some of the worst traffic in the country.

A MassINC poll last week found that commutes are now so bad, some people are considering leaving the region altogether.

To see what other places are doing to ease road congestion, WBUR's Zeninjor Enwemeka recently traveled to Mexico City — to report on their bus system.

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Zeninjor Enwemeka, WBUR reporter. She tweets @Zeninjor.

This segment aired on May 2, 2019.

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