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Sharing the roads in L.A.
Sharing the roads in L.A.

Motorists unite! An advisory initiative on San Francisco's November ballot urges city leaders to reverse their public transit and bicycle-friendly policies. Because 79% of households in the city have a car, proponents argue, wouldn't it make more sense to dedicate more money to helping cars move faster and making it easier and cheaper to park them? Why have local transportation authorities created a “war on motorists” by removing street parking and traffic lanes for bike routes, while hiking meter rates and parking ticket fines? Enough already! Sound familiar? It should. Los Angeles has been hearing some of the same complaints as it begins a transformation from...

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