Driven To Gridlock
There are lots of ideas to ease traffic congestion.
Our own team of experienced KNX reporters who have their own views on why we have been “Driven to Gridlock”
When was the last time you shared a ride to work, if ever?
The state agency most responsible for making sure we are not “Driven to Gridlock” is Caltrans.
Public transit could help ease traffic congestion.
There are a lot of options to prevent Southern Californians from being “Driven To Gridlock.”
In this land of gridlock, commuters have a bunch of choices.
It’ll go faster than 200 miles an hour, but it will be years before California’s high speed rail is built.
Some say money can solve Southern California’s traffic congestion problem.
We’ve all been there: sitting at a red light for what feels like an eternity, as cars stack up behind us.
One key to easing Southern California’s traffic congestion is mass transit.
Flex-time and mass transit may be the keys to easing the heavy congestion on Southern California’s roads.
Without a good transfer system and a spotty on-time record, buses are a hard-sell for people who already own a car.
You may be paying for Southern California gridlock with more than just your time.
There are lots of bumps in the road – and there will be more as the roads get older and the funding to fix them can’t keep up.