Whether you drive to work every morning, hop on a subway or bus, or just pull the bike out for a ride around town, you need to pay attention to the transportation bill that Congress finally passed this week. The bill is a significant step backward and falls woefully short of creating a balanced system that serves all Americans and invests adequately in options and our growing metros.
The federal government failed once again to address the growing need for well-thought out urban and regional mass transit projects, forcing metro authorities to step in and fill the void.
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