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Drawing on the strong connection between traffic modelling and physics we apply the principle of least action to traffic flow in an urban setting. research questions and hypothesis In this article we draw on the strong connection between traffic modelling and physics to discuss the following two questions: methods and data In Fermat's principle of least time, vehicles move between two points in space ( and ) in the least amount of time possible. 1 We consider a total travel time as adoi:10.32866/001c.12219 fatcat:o7omjnj6tngsfjuab7bi3ffl6q