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Angelenos Against Gridlock is an advocate for a world-class transportation system for Los Angeles County, the most populous county in America.

      

  
     
    
       
        
           
        
           
                
           
        
           
        

        
         
             The Atlantic’s In Focus photo blog has a poignent feature called  Nigeria: The Cost of Oil , on the environmental and human costs of the extraction of crude oil. 
 Too bad LA doesn’t yet have a fully built out subways and light rail system, so you can leave your gas guzzler at home. In cities like London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, and Washington, it’s possible — and indeed desirable — to live a high functioning professional life by getting around on environmentally friendly public transportation. LA’s Measure R projects will be a huge step forward, but we still have much progress beyond that to make here. 
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  A Nigerian child is silhouetted against a gas flare at Utorogu facility of Royal Dutch Shell in the Nigeria’s southwest delta, on April 16, 2004. (Reuters/George Esiri RSS)

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David Murphy

The Atlantic’s In Focus photo blog has a poignent feature called Nigeria: The Cost of Oil, on the environmental and human costs of the extraction of crude oil. Too bad LA doesn’t yet have a fully built out subways and light rail system, so you can leave your gas guzzler at home. In cities like London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, and Washington, it’s possible — and indeed desirable — to live a high functioning professional life by getting around on environmentally friendly public transportation. LA’s Measure R projects will be a huge step forward, but we still have much progress beyond that to make here. Pictured: A Nigerian child is silhouetted against a gas flare at Utorogu facility of Royal Dutch Shell in the Nigeria’s southwest delta, on April 16, 2004. (Reuters/George Esiri RSS)

The Atlantic’s In Focus photo blog has a poignent feature called Nigeria: The Cost of Oil, on the environmental and human costs of the extraction of crude oil.

Too bad LA doesn’t yet have a fully built out subways and light rail system, so you can leave your gas guzzler at home. In cities like London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, and Washington, it’s possible — and indeed desirable — to live a high functioning professional life by getting around on environmentally friendly public transportation. LA’s Measure R projects will be a huge step forward, but we still have much progress beyond that to make here.

Pictured:

A Nigerian child is silhouetted against a gas flare at Utorogu facility of Royal Dutch Shell in the Nigeria’s southwest delta, on April 16, 2004. (Reuters/George Esiri RSS)