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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 16: Traffic engineer Gordon Kam manages traffic problems from inside the Los Angeles Department of Transportation's Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control Center (ATSAC) where a press conference was held to announce a $150 million effort today to synchronize thousands of traffic signals across the city on October 16, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. The project was funded by proposition 1B, proposed by the Governor and approved by voters last year, and is projected to result in 20 percent faster travel times, reduced traffic congestion of 30 percent, and to lead to cleaner air by reducing the number of vehicles idling on city streets. Los Angeles has some of the worst traffic congestion in the nation. (Photo by David McNew)
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