Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: How to Fix New York City’s ‘Unsustainable’ Traffic Woes

Traffic is getting worse in New York City—much worse. Average speeds during business hours in Manhattan’s core dropped to a crawl in 2017—about six miles per hour, 15 percent slower than in 2010.

That time is everyone’s money: According to INRIX, a transportation analytics firm, lost hours and excess fuel costs sucked nearly $17 billion out of the New York City economy in 2016. That’s not far off from the GDP of Iceland.

North America’s second-largest city is growing: Population has climbed at lea…