A California lawmaker has proposed lanes with no speed limit on two of the state’s busiest highways

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A California lawmaker has proposed building new lanes on I-5 and state highway 99 with no speed limit.  John Moorlach, of Orange County, says the bill could help ease congestion and therefore lower pollution.  Conversely, Germany recently proposed a speed limit on its famous Autobahn system, which was met with fierce opposition. 

Call it the American version of Germany’s autobahn.

A California state senator has proposed a bill to build speed limit-free lanes on Interstate 5 and Highway 99 in the state as a way to reduce pollution.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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