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Old Posted Sep 9, 2019, 7:22 AM
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Originally Posted by SFBruin View Post
I do think, however, that if there was more market pressure in the United States to build transit systems, then there would be the political will to build better ones. If not, then that would mean that our political system is flawed, which is something that I think has yet to be proven.
I think, based on the number of white elephant rail projects built or under construction, that there is political pressure to build flashy systems, or systems that go through politically important areas, rather than systems that cater to high ridership areas (or better and more buses when there isn't ridership to justify light rail).
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