Who Is to Blame?
Series Trailer 5 min
Los Angeles, CA – Ordinary Citizens, Giants of Industry, Public and Civil Servants provide their perspective in this ongoing series that explores the cause and development of L A’s reputation for having the worst traffic gridlock in the nation. In spite of billions of dollars of taxpayer funds having been pledged and spent over decades, solutions to the gridlock problem have proved to be elusive, while conflicting strategies continue to confound city fathers.
NOTE: Episodes may be updated dependent on events.
Episode One: Overview
An in-depth look at the traffic crisis in LA
Episode Two: Developed or Overdeveloped?
What’s the problem in Los Angeles? Some say politicians are in league with developers, that overdevelopment has led to the crisis. We interview some of the players and dreamers in LA’s traffic nightmare.
Episode Three: Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows
How politics has created a city where it can take an hour to go a few blocks.
Episode Four: Negative Impact
A look at how the government seeks to control citizens lives by slowing down traffic and forcing people out of their cars.
Episode Five: Solutions
Solutions and ideas to fix the problem as presented by the players themselves. From Jim Thomas’ FAST to Yes on S, what’s the best solution?
Episode Six: Conclusions
There may not be a conclusion, but FDN will recap this informative series and give viewers insight into the problem and what’s being done RIGHT NOW.
Appearing in this Trailer are:
Jill Stewart, Yes on S Committee to Preserve L A
H. Andrew Thornburg, Investor, Venture Capitalist
Jack Humphreville, Principle Target Media Partners
Richard Close, Sherman Oaks Homeowners Assn.
John B. Kilroy, Sr. Founder Kilroy Industries
James A. Thomas, Founder FAST.org, and Thomas Partners Group
David J. Gascon, LAPD Assistant Chief (retired)
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