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LA City Councilman Mike Bonin on the city's new transportation plan




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For years, transportation planning in most American cities has favored one, dominant mode of transportation: the car.

In Los Angeles, the city that's identified with cars more than any other, that could be changing.

Yesterday the L.A. City Council voted 12-2 to approve a sweeping transportation policy change called "Mobility Plan 2035."

Rather than increasing road space for cars to improve traffic, the 20-year plan adds more lanes for bikes and buses.

L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin, a major supporter of the plan, joins Take Two to discuss what "Mobility Plan 2035" could mean for L.A.

To listen to the full interview with L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin, click the link above.