In 2018, Americans took nearly 10 billion rides on public transportation, according to the American Public Transportation Association. In Kansas City, Missouri, transit officials have proposed making all public buses free for city residents. Proponents say money saved on bus fares would boost the local economy and make public transit more accessible.
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
Kansas City Freebie Bus Rides Redux
An economic consideration of the Kansas City transit scheme that might or might not spark the broke-ass local economy but will CERTAINLY provide hobos more options for mobile shelter during the harsh winter months . . . Read more: