Paul Taylor

LA Metro

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Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Metro (formerly Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Agency)

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The new HOV lane from Orange County to the San Fernando Valley is supposed to speed up commuter traffic on the 405 when it's finally complete.

Anti-Gridlock Group Urges Speeding Up 405 Improvements

The new HOV lane from Orange County to the San Fernando Valley is supposed to speed up commuter traffic on the 405 when it's finally complete.

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GM's Urban Luxury Concept makes the case that the solution to congested city living is to drive smaller cars.

Beijing-LA Alliance to Fight Traffic

GM's Urban Luxury Concept makes the case that the solution to congested city living is to drive smaller cars.

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