Two tourists walk up the dirt trail past a no hiking sign to get closer to the Hollywood Sign, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in Los Angeles. A consulting firm has suggested radical ideas to ease traffic and offer safer viewing of the landmark – including building a duplicate of the landmark on the opposite side of Mount Lee.
Two tourists walk up the dirt trail past a no hiking sign to get closer to the Hollywood Sign, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in Los Angeles. A consulting firm has suggested radical ideas to ease traffic and offer safer viewing of the landmark – including building a duplicate of the landmark on the opposite side of Mount Lee. Jae C. Hong AP
Two tourists walk up the dirt trail past a no hiking sign to get closer to the Hollywood Sign, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in Los Angeles. A consulting firm has suggested radical ideas to ease traffic and offer safer viewing of the landmark – including building a duplicate of the landmark on the opposite side of Mount Lee. Jae C. Hong AP

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