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Old Posted Sep 13, 2019, 3:39 AM
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Originally Posted by bobdreamz View Post
Do people in Tokyo view public transportation through a political partisan lens though like they do in the US? Let's be honest here since funding mass transit in major cities which are mostly liberal seems to be a thorn in the side of conservatives.
I would guess the answer is no for Tokyo. But even in liberal states with liberal cities transit funding is still weak or poorly spent. I think Atlanta vs GA is probably the best example of a conservative government going against a cities transit needs but then that leaves out places like NYC that need massive upgrades and places like Chicago, both being in liberal states.

Point? Transit is a bipartisan issue. Both suck at it, conservatives just suck more.
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