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Old Posted Sep 13, 2019, 11:07 PM
jtown,man jtown,man is offline
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Originally Posted by SFBruin View Post
I think that the prime example of a liberal city having trouble getting transportation from a conservative state is Baltimore in Maryland. I read an article once that described a tension between building subways in the city and highways in the outer parts of the state.

Another example might be Milwaukee and Wisconsin in regards to the streetcar and, perhaps, the phantom plan for commuter rail in the region.
Maryland, a conservative state? I've never heard that one. According to Wiki:

Democrats:55%
Republicans:26%
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