Robert Gotlieb

Occidental College

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Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy at Occidental College and author of Reinventing Los Angeles: Nature and Community in the Global City

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Maybe drivers in the capital of the car culture really do hate traffic after all. Threatened with " Carmageddon " this weekend, massive numbers stayed off the road.

'Carmageddon' Didn't Happen, Should We Do This More Often?

Maybe drivers in the capital of the car culture really do hate traffic after all. Threatened with " Carmageddon " this weekend, massive numbers stayed off the road.

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