Way to go, Sheryl.
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1. Re: From Atlantic Cities newsletter--Infographic on case for
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Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 08:51:08 -0400
From: Sheryl Gross-Glaser <grossglaser(a)ctaa.org>
Subject: Re: [H+T--Friends] From Atlantic Cities
newsletter--Infographic on case for public transportation attached
To: reisnere51(a)gmail.com, TRB Health and Transportation
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Okay, don't get me started.
That $2.25 does not take into account the cost of road maintenance, health
ramifications (which have costs), costs of injury and death on the roads,
There is a movement, not too big, to make transit fare free because of its
benefits to society. This way, the average fare would be less than a
dollar. In my opinion, as important as cheap fares are frequency,
reliability, convenience and a pedestrian street network that supports
access to transit.
My rant for the day.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 9:50 PM, Ellin Reisner <reisnere51(a)gmail.com>
See easy to visualize benefits of public
Ellin Reisner, Ph.D.
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