Streetsblog on Which Way L.A.

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I just got a call inviting me on 889.9 F.M. ,KCRW’s, Which Way L.A.  later this evening.  The show starts at 7:00 P.M., but KCRW agreed to share the audio with me, so I can post the entire interview here tomorrow.  The topic of our conversation is going to be the state of Los Angeles’ streets, and what’s being done about making them better and fixing them.

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