L.A. Adds High-Speed Chase Lane To Freeway

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L.A. Adds High-Speed Chase Lane To Freeway

LOS ANGELES—In an attempt to streamline its clogged highway system, the city of Los Angeles is setting aside the far left lane of all freeways for high-speed chases, it was announced Monday. "In the past, high-speed pursuits were hampered by law-abiding motorists blocking the lanes," LAPD sergeant Ken Hall said. "This led to crashes and a lot of hazardous swerving." Motorists who use the special lanes while not being pursued by LAPD squad cars will be subject to a $75 fine, from which they may exempt themselves by refusing to pull over.