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Cities around the world are inundated by cars and suffer traffic congestion that results in excess delays, reduced safety and environmental pollution. The interplay between road infrastructure and travel choices defines the level and the spatio-temporal extent of congestion. Given the existing infrastructure, understanding how the route choice decisions are made and how travellers interact with each other is a crucial first step in mitigating traffic congestion. This is a problem withdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0196997 pmid:29734394 pmcid:PMC5937752 fatcat:lwn6b4e6kbc6rmz2kp6ukyh4bu