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Officials have long envisioned a blueprint for San Diego centered on public transportation. So-called transit-oriented development is included in all of San Diego’s planning documents, imagining a future where homes, businesses and infrastructure are built around public transit stations.

NBC San Diego

The average L.A. driver spends 90 hours a year stuck in traffic. Although the quality of the air has improved significantly over the years, the city still has, by some measures, the smoggiest in the country. And, of course, asthma and other ailments from dirty air harm residents, especially children – and particularly those in low-income communities.

LA Business Journal