Amir Sedadi

Assistant General Manager, LA Department of Transportation

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Assistant General Manager for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation

Amir Sedadi on KCRW

Drivers cruising for parking spaces make up 30% of urban traffic and a lot of pollution.

High-Tech Parking Meters Heading to Downtown LA

Drivers cruising for parking spaces make up 30% of urban traffic and a lot of pollution.

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