Shahrzad Amiri

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Project manager of ExpressLanes for Metro

Shahrzad Amiri on KCRW

Toll lanes on the 110 Freeway are supposed to speed up rush-hour traffic by charging more when the road gets more congested.

MTA Fast Lanes Are So Successful They’re Slowing Down

Toll lanes on the 110 Freeway are supposed to speed up rush-hour traffic by charging more when the road gets more congested.

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