Los Angeles, California, Automobiles Lining Hill Street, c1924

As Los Angeles� population boomed during the 1920s, its streetcar system struggled to handle the surging demand for transit between the city�s distant suburbs. Southern California�s agreeable climate and improvements to street conditions following the 1916 Federal Road Act made private automobile ownership more practical in Los Angeles than elsewhere in the country, so commuters were quick to adopt the emerging technology as their primary mode of transportation.

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Los Angeles, California, Automobiles Lining Hill Street, c1924

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