Density Is Hot, Freeways Are Not, In The New Los Angeles

The pedestrians of the nation's second largest metropolis are gradually beginning to get the attention they deserve.

"After becoming famous for freeways, Southern California has learned that designing a region exclusively around the automobile is a recipe for frustration.So today the pedestrians of the nation’s second largest metropolis are gradually beginning to get the attention they deserve. "

Thanks to Karenn Gobrecht

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