Carmageddon in Los Angeles: So What Was the Big Deal Anyway?
Knickerbocker, Brad, The Christian Science Monitor
Carmageddon - warnings about traffic mayhem when Los Angeles had to close I-405 for a weekend - turns out to have been not such a big deal. Most Angelenos just stayed home.
Carmageddon - those warnings about traffic mayhem when Los Angeles had to close I-405 for a weekend - turns out to have been not such a big deal after all.
Angelenos did not stay gridlocked in smog-induced stupors, trapped in their cars, and madly BlackBerrying their agents ideas for a new screenplay based on the experience. (I'm thinking Scarlett Johansson in a BMW convertible meets cute with Tom Cruise on his motorcycle.)
Instead, they stayed home, or took the bus or one of …
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Publication information: Article title: Carmageddon in Los Angeles: So What Was the Big Deal Anyway?. Contributors: Knickerbocker, Brad - Author. Newspaper title: The Christian Science Monitor. Publication date: July 17, 2011. Page number: Not available. © 2009 The Christian Science Publishing Society. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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