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Presidential Candidates on Traffic... It's Vague

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Over at the LA Times, metro reporter Steve Hymon has a new beat -- traffic. "And so it begins. Every Monday in this space, I get to write about traffic, commuting and all sorts of related issues," he explains in today's column that replaces his usual city hall Q & A.

Today's topic is of quotidian importance to Los Angeles and timely relevance to tomorrow's Super Tuesday election:

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You would think that something affecting millions of voting Americans would top the list of talking points for every one of the candidates. Yet most of those stumping for the nation's highest office have offered little more than platitudes: When it comes to transportation, they're basically for it. [LA Times]

So where do the candidates stand?