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Froggie: I'll admit that yes, it certainly could have been done in the past. But this is now, and Mr. Willinger's argument to extend the expressway network now is financially and politically impossible, not to mention poor policy. Our goal should be to reduce needless automobile traffic, especially within the District, and constructing new roads would only induce demand and increase greenhouse gas emissions, among other things.

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