Tuesday, December 16, 2008

If You Build Transit, People Will Use It

New York, with its subway, commuter trains and buses more tightly integrated has managed to absorb a big recent increase in population - - without adding traffic, reports The New York Times.

Contrast this to southeastern Wisconsin, where bus service has been trimmed, light rail blocked, commuter rail stalled - - but where billions in new highways are on the books.

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