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Freeways were originally conceived as part of a vision for a better tomorrow.

Freeways used to symbolize freedom. Not anymore.

Freeways were originally conceived as part of a vision for a better tomorrow.

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Do you feel overwhelmed by huge technological change? Well, imagine how folks felt when they saw Futurama, a model of a Utopian future city shown at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

Norman Bel Geddes and the Invention of 20th Century America

Do you feel overwhelmed by huge technological change? Well, imagine how folks felt when they saw Futurama, a model of a Utopian future city shown at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

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San Gabriel communities have fought for years over a long-planned 6.3 mile extension to the 710 Freeway, connecting it to the 210.

Farewell LA freeways, but what takes their place?

San Gabriel communities have fought for years over a long-planned 6.3 mile extension to the 710 Freeway, connecting it to the 210.

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