Calif. city synchronizes lights to reduce traffic

Los Angeles has become the first major city to synchronize every traffic light, increasing average speed by 16% and decreasing delay at major intersections by 12%. The 30-year, $400 million Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control system spans 469 square miles and includes 4,500 lights, magnetic road sensors, cameras and a centralized computer system.

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