Thursday, September 18, 2008

Transit Supporters Looking For Waukesha Partners

Talk about an uphill effort - - but good for the transit advocates who are making the case that regional service requires participation by Waukesha communities.

The Freeman, in which that story appears, has recently editorialized against Waukesha County's participation in the transportation authority that Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties have established.

There are even fewer transit links now between Milwaukee and New Berlin, for example, that there were in existence just a few years ago.

So it's time to stop going in the wrong direction.

Will there be support in Waukesha? We'll see, though $4-per-gallon gasoline should make this a no-brainer.

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