Ryan Wiggins

Transportation for America

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Southern California Organizer for Transportation for America, which advocates for reform to federal transportation policy

Ryan Wiggins on KCRW

Southern California has 91 of the 100 most heavily traveled bridges in the United States.  Of the top ten, almost all are on Interstate 10 in Los Angeles.

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Southern California has 91 of the 100 most heavily traveled bridges in the United States.  Of the top ten, almost all are on Interstate 10 in Los Angeles.

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