Bikes, Buses Replacing Car Addiction in L.A.

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June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Madeline Brozen, director of the Complete Streets Initiative at the University of California Los Angeles, talks with Bloomberg's James Nash about public transportation options in Los Angeles. The city has doubled its network of bike lanes to 292 miles (470 kilometers) and expanded light rail 26 percent in the past eight years, with another 18 miles of track coming by 2015. (Source: Bloomberg)

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