Carmageddon Los Angeles

July 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Carmageddon Los AngelesCarmageddon Los Angeles, Carmageddon – warnings about the traffic chaos, when Los Angeles had to close I-405 for a weekend – it becomes not have been a great thing after all. The Lakers did not stay stuck in the smog-induced stupor, trapped in their cars, and crazy ideas blackberries agents of a new script based on experience. (I’m thinking of Scarlett Johansson in a convertible BMW meets cute with Tom Cruise on his motorcycle.)

Instead, he stayed at home, or take the bus or in a special five jumps JetBlue and short trips in the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach.

“It was one of the quietest Saturday I’ve seen in a long time,” said Steven Ramada The Associated Press. He had expected to hear cars honking outside his home in Sherman Oaks, but only heard news helicopters.

Including the time required for JetBlue passengers to drive to the airport, a group of cyclists actually beat the flight travel to Long Beach for an hour.

“We want to show that cycling in Los Angeles is not only possible but can be faster than other modes of transportation,” said the rider Stephan Andranian AP.

Meanwhile, things were going so well with the demolition of bridges that require closing the highway officials said Sunday that it would open the I-405 sooner than expected.

“Everything went by the textbook,” said Caltrans district director Mike Miles Los Angeles Times. “The first thing is going to open the exit ramps, then the main highway and ramps.”

As the unwinding event weekend, Hollywood notables weighed by Los Angeles – via Twitter, naturally.

Comedian Bill Maher wrote: “How are you all to deal with this frightening apocalyptic nightmare of having to … oh my god … stay home with his family?”

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