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Death, taxes and traffic

L.A. County's Metropolitan Transportation Authority recently decided on a novel approach to mitigating the area's notorious traffic congestion: charging drivers to use some carpool lanes. Is this fair? Does it signal a new era in transportation and growth planning in L.A.? And where's that "subway to the sea"? All week, the Transit Coalition's Bart Reed and USC Professor Peter Gordon debate traffic, growth and transit in Los Angeles.

L.A.'s long-term commute

Still waiting for that subway

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