Brian Taylor

Professor of Urban Planning and Director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at UCLA

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Professor of Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles and Director its Institute of Transportation Studies

Brian Taylor on KCRW

That 710 freeway expansion was supposed to be a seamless corridor through the San Gabriel Valley.

The history of fighting over the 710 freeway expansion

That 710 freeway expansion was supposed to be a seamless corridor through the San Gabriel Valley.

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Evidence shows    that freeway expansions don’t relieve congestion.

Why keep building freeways if they're not reducing congestion?

Evidence shows that freeway expansions don’t relieve congestion.

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