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June 11, 2007

Re "Which way for the MTA?" editorial, June 7

Los Angeles' traffic congestion will only get worse before it gets better, unless we change our way of thinking. City government's feeble cliche of "getting people out of their cars" is not a plan but a hopeless and irresponsible wish. There is only one way for the MTA to go, and it is onward and upward with a new monorail system built above traffic that would cost one-third the price of a subway and take one-fourth the time to build. A monorail system would not only reduce street-level gridlock, it's also passenger- and environmentally friendly.

ROBERT L. ROSEBROCK

Brentwood

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