Here’s another one from the Pew Report that I’ve been battering you over the head with all week long. This one compares highway v. transit spending ratios at different levels of government.
This doesn’t really capture how geographically distributed transit spending might be. I’d venture to guess that the majority of it is concentrated in a few large cities, but I might be wrong. This asymmetrical ratio is one big reason why our transit mode share in the US remains so small.
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