Carpool, use public transportation, bicycle, walk.
That depends on what is causing it. If it is an accident remove the cars from the road. If it is overcrowded roads, divert some of the traffic on to other roads, or build a larger road.
I read that for short distances, walking or cycling may be the best solution. In many cases either alternative will prove quicker, easier, and healthier.
For longer distances, public transportation might be the ideal option. If you must drive, consider the possibility of carpooling. This is one of the most effective ways of reducing rush-hour traffic. If you have some control over the time when you travel, try to avoid rush-hour traffic. This will make things easier for you and for other motorists.
And if you park properly, your vehicle will not impede the free flow of traffic. Of course, even the best plans will not guarantee that you don’t get stuck in a traffic jam. At such times, having the right attitude can do a lot to ease the frustration. Clearly, if you live in a large city, you will have to live with traffic congestion. Nevertheless, by individually taking responsible measures and by displaying courtesy and patience toward other drivers, you can learn to cope with the trials of traffic.
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Govt. Should give traffic signal knowledge to everybody through special camps,advertis etc. And proper signaling may reduce the traffic jam.
Trains, buses, and car pools.