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To address big traffic problems, think small
To address big traffic problems, think small

To the editor: Several articles over the last week have made clear that sometimes smaller, practical approaches to the ever-present traffic issues in Los Angeles work better than costly bureaucratic solutions. ("Lack of parking drives many away from mass transit," Oct. 21) The article on Metro rail stations not having enough parking spaces for all the people who want to commute via train, and the adjacent graphic on a proposed $5.4-billion tunnel to close the five-mile 710 Freeway gap, were astounding. By contrast, Wednesday's front-page piece on the city of Glendale working with local businesses to provide van pools as a business perk was inspiring. Finding ways to...

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