Could the 1984 Olympics Solve L.A.'s Congestion?

Los Angeles CityBeat | September 28, 2007
In 1984, residents and policy makers were petrified the event would freeze the city in a two-week traffic jam. Some 6 million spectators were coming to Los Angeles and would be traveling between 24 different venues. But then the traffic plans worked.

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