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There's only one fix for L.A.'s traffic nightmare — we all have to pay up

Twenty-five years after the first modern subway train rolled into Los Angeles, traffic is horrible, billions of dollars are being invested in more public transit, and ridership has been declining for years. Robert Gatica, 24, offers a clue as to what’s going on. I met him on Whittier Boulevard...
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