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Old Posted Sep 9, 2019, 2:22 AM
SFBruin SFBruin is offline
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There is little to no market pressure to have good transit in the United States.

Even in New York City, which has, by far, the most extensive mass transit system of any metropolitan area in the United States, most of the lines and stations were built a long time ago. To me, this is a sign that there hasn't been much market pressure for this system to expand and modernize.

And, if this is true in New York City, then it must be true almost everywhere else.

Would love to hear alternative takes on this.
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