Mass Transit

Whether one opposes or supports the development of (new) public transportation / mass transit systems.


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    I support improvement and expansion of mass transit because Miami is growing at a rapid pace our transit systems have not matched that growth. The problems of gridlock, pollution and accidents have intensified and will continue unless this need is addressed. For people who currently use public transportation there is need of improvements increased routes and better bus stops with shade and seating

    Caroline F Williams

    Council,
    Miami, Florida

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  • OPPOSE
    O

    If someone is interested in building an infrastructure and can make contracts with local individuals and communities than they can implement an ifulstructuce as they see fit. If not I’m willing to allow for public transportation costs to remain the same.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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  • SUPPORT
    S

    Janet S Everhard MD

    U.S. Representative,
    New Richmond, Ohio

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  • SUPPORT
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    I support expanding mass transit in the city with fuel efficient buses.

    Rafael L Gomez

    City Council,
    Hialeah, Florida

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  • SUPPORT
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    I'd support an expanded and more convenient bus schedule. It would help people who rely on it every day. It could also be an option for drivers who want to save gas and avoid traffic.

    Michael Thomas Deeley

    City Councilor,
    Medical Lake, Washington

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  • NOT APPLICABLE
    N/A

    I think the best way to pay for mass transit is public-private partnerships. Until corporations (and maybe even our sports franchises) feel the need, I think it will be a difficult challenge. I do not believe residents should bear an extra tax to pay for mass transit - light rail/rapid transit specifically.

    Colleen Rosemary Fanning

    City-County Council,
    Indy, Indiana

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