crasch (crasch) wrote,

What If We Bought Cars for the Poor Instead of Light Rail Systems?

Having run the default numbers, some of which were provided by Castelazo and Garrett, we confirmed that instead of pouring money into low return light rail, the government could simply purchase cars for the light rail riders without them still have enough money left over to provide all the other riders with substantial credits to use for bus service or other subsidized mass transportation options.

They provide a tool where you can play with the numbers yourself.

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