If Agoura Hills really cared about the climate, it would time its lights better.
I commute to and from Westlake Village on Agoura Road daily and spend 15 to 20 minutes per week—yes, I timed it—idling at the intersections of Reyes Adobe and Kanan.
That’s 16 hours per year my vehicle, and the countless other saps sitting with me, are filling the skies of Agoura Hills with exhaust.
You want to see extreme driving inefficiency, try going up Kanan from the freeway to Oak Park.
This is not a new Agour...
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