Ryan Wiggins

Transportation for America

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

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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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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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