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One way for reducing commuting time for those who work in the cities

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One way for reducing commuting time for those who work in the cities is to increase the speed at which traffic moves in the heart of the city. This can be accomplished by raising the tolls on the tunnels and bridges connecting the city with other communities. This will discourage auto traffic into the city and will encourage people to use public transportation instead.

Which of the following, if true, would LEAST weaken the argument above?

(A) Nearly all of the traffic in the center of the city is commerical traffic which will continue despite the toll increases
(B) Some people now driving alone into the city would choose to car pool with each other rather than use public transportation
(C) Any temporary improvement in traffic flow would be lost because the improvement itself would attract more cars
(D) The numbers of commuters who would be deterred by the toll increases would be insignificant
(E) The public transportation system is not able to handle any significant increase in the number of commuters using the system

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Eventually by carpooling the traffic will reduce. So the final objective which is to reduce the traffic will be achieved
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