Santa Monica’s Transportation Plan Hopefully a Preview for LA

Last night I tried to go to a public meeting on Santa Monica’s Transportation and Land Use Plan. Sadly, whenever I get into a car to go to a meeting that’s not local, I don’t actually make the meeting because there’s a ton of congestion.

Thanks to the Internet, all was not lost. A poke around the "Shape The Future 2025" website, the online home of their Transportation and Land Use Plan, revealed a presentation from an October outreach meeting with a lot of good material. Of particular interest, was their suggestions for reducing congestion:

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