Do California’s Freeways have a Future?

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The 10, the 210 and possibly the 110 won’t be free for long if Mayor Villaraigosa and the MTA have their way. You’ll have to pay fees to use car-pool lanes during rush hour with the hope of keeping speeds up to 45 miles an hour. Is it a great way to avoid gridlock and lower pollution—or a public gift of freedom to travel for those who can afford it while the middle class and the poor watch the traffic go by?



Warren Olney