As if traffic congestion isn’t bad enough here, the City Council, in a dramatic policy shift, approved sweeping changes Tuesday that will reduce lanes for cars but carve out more dedicated lanes for bicycles and buses, the Los Angeles Times reports. Those opposing the deal, called Mobility Plan 2035, argue that losing car lanes will make traffic worse and slow emergency response times.
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