Mexico City to Create Bus Lanes to Ease Gridlock

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As London commuters begin paying a toll, other international cities seek ways to alleviate growing traffic problems. In Mexico City, planners work to install a network of separate roadways alongside major boulevards for bus traffic only. NPR's Dan Charles reports.



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