Davan Maharaj jokes that he’s a crazy driver. But he adds with a laugh, “I’m trying to behave since you’re in the car.” Maharaj’s home in Orange, California, is just 30 miles southeast of his office at the Los Angeles Times, though the metropolitan area’s clogged transportation arteries can turn the commute into a 90-minute rat race for the path of least resistance. The web of highways that carve up the expansive region provide ample opportunity for changes in course. Each of them also holds the potential for yet more soul-sucking backups.
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