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Enterprising Innovations on Highways

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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.

Guests:

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

Robert Poole, director of transportation, Reason Foundation

Mantill Williams, spokesperson for AAA