If you think Boston is crowded now, just wait

bGlobeBy Jon Chesto | The Boston Globe

A sea of brake lights on the Southeast Expressway. Rush-hour madness to squeeze onto a Red Line train. Long lines at Logan International Airport.

Those are already familiar scenarios to many local commuters. But if you think getting in and around Boston is tough right now, just wait 15 years.

On Tuesday, the business group A Better City will release a report showing the increasing strain that a growing and moving population will place on the roads, rails, and other critical infrastructure in Greater Boston. Another 80,000 cars and trucks will crowd the roads every work day by 2030, according to the group, a nearly 5 percent increase from 2010 levels.

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