Enterprising Innovations on Highways

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Most commuters on Southern California's freeways crawl to work at 10 miles an hour, while others zip right along — for a price. Carpool lanes are fast transforming into toll roads, as cash-strapped transit departments prowl for new ways to raise funds.


Chris Hughes, traffic reporter for KFI 640 AM in Burbank Calif.

Robert Poole, director of transportation, Reason Foundation

Mantill Williams, spokesperson for AAA



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