New Video: Hill Folk Want to Stay Stuck in 1959


In advance of tomorrow’s hearing at Metro headquarters over the Westside Subway, a group called L.A. on the Move released the above video on YouTube. The video graphically illustrates their concerns. Sometimes a video is so clear that commentary from Streetsblog writers is not necessary.

  • Russroca

    that’s the best vid I’ve seen all week :)

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