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Would Measure HLA In Los Angeles Really Make Streets Safer?

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A pro HLA press conference in Los Angeles. It's the traffic safety measure on the March ballot and a response to the rising traffic death toll on L.A. streets. (Photo by: Saul Gonzalez/The California Report)

Measure HLA In Los Angeles Aims To Make Streets Safer  

In recent years, traffic fatalities have remained stubbornly high across California despite efforts to reduce them. That’s especially true in Los Angeles where last year, more than 330 people — drivers, pedestrians and cyclists — were killed in collisions,  a number higher than the city’s homicide rate. In response to the toll, L.A. voters are voting  this election on a ballot measure that’s supposed to make the city’s streets safer.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez, The California Report

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