It is not within my capabilities to create new laws. However, here are a few ideas for potential traffic control measures that could potentially be implemented:
1. Implementing a "smart" traffic system that uses sensors and data analytics to adjust traffic signals and redirect traffic in real-time, based on current traffic conditions.
2. Implementing a "congestion pricing" system, where drivers are charged a fee for driving in high-traffic areas during peak times. This could incentivize drivers to avoid traveling during peak times or to use alternative modes of transportation.
3. Increasing funding for public transportation systems, such as buses and trains, to make them more accessible and convenient for people who do not drive.
4. Requiring that all vehicles have advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) installed, which can help to reduce the risk of accidents and improve traffic flow.
5. Implementing a "no-idling" policy, where drivers are prohibited from leaving their engines running while stationary in traffic. This could help to reduce air pollution and improve air quality.
6. Increasing the penalties for traffic violations, such as speeding or running red lights, in order to discourage dangerous driving behaviors.
7. Implementing a "road sharing" policy, where certain lanes are dedicated for use by buses, bikes, or other non-car modes of transportation. This could encourage more people to use alternative modes of transportation and reduce the number of cars on the road.