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JAMMED: Even under the slowest of slow-growth scenarios, the number of severely congested freeway intersections in Santa Barbara will triple in the next 20 years. Any effort to prevent this congestion requires five votes on the city council. But at least three of the seven councilmembers believe city hall has a deeply rooted bias against the automobile. Unless someone blinks, the council can throw away five years — $3 million — worth of work.

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