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Focus (Traffic Calming) #613353

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 09, 1996
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(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: David Gregory) The change of pace in Los Angeles, where the concept of "traffic calming" is used to contain traffic through residential neighborhoods, featured; scenes shown of cars and methods to slow them down. [Resident David SEQUEIRA - shows the traffic on his street.] [Santa Monica traffic engineer Ron FUCHIWAKI, Culver City Mayor Edward WOLKOWITZ, Culver City traffic engineer James DAVIS, University of California at Los Angeles department of Architecture Bill JEPSON - explains how traffic control works.] The use of computer- generated models of neighborhood to help urban areas determine how to ease traffic problems detailed.

Reporter(s):
Fratangelo, Dawn;
Gregory, David
Duration:
00:03:10

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