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Video: How Caltrans Works to Keep Traffic Flowing on 1,000 Miles of L.A. Freeways

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AOL's Translogic paid a visit to the people who try to keep daily commuters who travel 1 million miles daily from the brink of, well, Carmeggedon.

Bradley Hasemeyer visits Los Angeles Transportation Regional Management Center and talks to one of Caltrans' engineers David Lau about whether those freeway cameras are recording you, how they estimate your commute time and whether it's acceptable to drag-race the guy in the next lane at those metered on-ramps.