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Los Angeles was famously addicted to the automobile. But a few of the folks had gone through detox. Together, they began to imagine a different kind of city.

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  1. carlos

    That’s awesome to hear! It’s always inspiring when a city known for its reliance on automobiles starts to embrace alternative modes of transportation and envision a different urban landscape. The movement towards a more bike-friendly and pedestrian-friendly city in Los Angeles is a what to consider
    positive step towards creating a sustainable and inclusive environment. It’s exciting to see how these changes can shape the future of the city and encourage healthier and more environmentally conscious ways of getting around. Keep up the great work!


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