Public Transportation & Roads

Whether one opposes or supports government-funded transportation projects including new roads and bridges, and public transportation of various forms including bus, subway, rapid transit trains, and/or car- and bike-sharing programs.


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    Chris J. Brenner

    Council President,
    Wellston, Ohio

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    Good roads mean good jobs. I pledge to make road maintenance and construction the center piece of my administration. County roads are where the growth is happening. Let's work to ensure they are safe for farmers, residents, and school bus transportation.

    Cheryl A.W. Musgrave

    Commissioner,
    Evansville, Indiana

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    District 8 needs a public transportation system as all the included counties of the district commute to the Metro-Valdosta area for work, hospitals, shopping, and etc.

    Gregory Williams

    State Senator,
    Valdosta, Georgia

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    Living in Indianapolis, “transportation” mainly means automobiles. I would gladly use public transportation to get around Indianapolis, but it is lacking, insufficient, too costly, or the schedules are not timely. Thus, potential rides (like me) are discouraged. All cities need public transportation that is handy, efficient, and reasonably priced.

    Jose M. Evans

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    We need to do all we can to improve all modes of transportation. We also need to be able to be responsive to the needs of our citizens.

    Frank T. Short

    Trustee,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    We need an all of the above strategy to attack our public transportation problem in Indianapolis. Our city is very difficult to navigate without the benefit of an automobile. That should not be the case. We need to look at mass transit as an investment for the economic development of our city.

    Jon Eric Easter

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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