Traffic Congestion: is there Any Relief in Store?

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Ronald Reagan praised the automobile for making Los Angeles free—but millions of Southern California commuters are prisoners in their cars. Voters opposed to public transit are paying 4 dollars for a gallon of gasoline. Tonight, is public transit really the answer? Is gridlock a consequence of growth and prosperity? Is the high-density of “smart growth” making things better or worse?



Warren Olney