Yesterday, in a This Just In post, intern Bethany Leach reported something interesting about official projections from the San Diego Association of Governments:

Despite rapid growth in the next few decades, San Diego expects to decrease congestion on freeways. Only two other cities in the report expect lower congestion: Seattle and Milwaukee.

That’s a pretty bold claim: Traffic is going to get better?

NBC San Diego’s Gene Cubbison found reactions to that Tuesday.

What do you think? Will transit ridership double?


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