Sunday, August 19, 2007

why there will never be a sucessful subway system in L.A.

The population density per square mile in my part of L.A. - 3.500.
The population density per square mile of my old places in New York -80,000.

And yet, no one can shut up about increasing mass transit here in L.A. - it won't work. Don't try and make the population density 15,000, because there still will be no subway and constant gridlock on the roads.

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