By David Whitehead The US State Department is looking to cut traffic on the highways that run through much of the country to reduce pollution and help reduce the risk of air pollution.
The move could help ease congestion and congestion charges that are imposed on drivers of electric vehicles, electric motorcycles and other vehicles.
The proposed changes, which are being presented at the UN General Assembly, will mean a complete overhaul of US highways.
The State Department said in a statement on Tuesday that it would be taking action on the “roadways that contribute to the United States’ global status and prosperity”.
The department will make the final decision on the final route before the end of the year.
The move comes after a series of deaths on US roads, with the US Department of Transportation releasing a list of the top 10 most deadly crashes involving cars and trucks on US highways, with 13 deaths and 7 injuries.
The Department of Energy and the Department of Commerce have also said they will also consider removing all speed limit signs on US roadways to reduce air pollution, as well as the need for turn signals on US freeways.
The road ahead is a long one for the US, which is the second-poorest country in the world behind China.