Traffic volumes plummeted last week as schools closed emergency health measures limited most gatherings in an effort to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, but data show most drivers were still on the road, prompting warnings from public health officials.
The number of vehicles on the Beltline last week was about 1/3 lower than it was just two weeks earlier, according to preliminary numbers provided by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
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