"As Zero Fare transit looms on the horizon, we can all clearly see that the return on investment in social justice, compassion and empathy far outweigh the return on investment in concrete and asphalt."
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Johnson Countians will soon face critical choices about quality mass transit and establishing a robust, dependable service that can move workers to jobs. Unfortunately, some county commissioners want to head in the wrong direction. That was obvious last week when t he seven-member commission met to discuss transit options.