Service distribution by need > Service distribution by funding

Service distribution should be determined by who needs it the most, not by which population pays the most into it with their taxes for it


I would rather...

Have more service in areas where people need to ride transit Have service that is spread out by how much residents pay into transit, regardless of how often people ride transit


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The core work of Network Next will be identifying service improvements to Metro Transit’s bus network. These improvements will include Metro Transit’s local and express bus network and new arterial BRT lines. The vision identified in Network Next won’t be achieved overnight—it will take incremental improvements over time to get there. The improvements named in Network Next will be prioritized for implementation to guide the expansion of the bus network over the next 20 years, with updates about every five years along the way. The vision for 2040 will require additional funding for transit operations, new buses, garages and other support facilities. Network Next will identify the funding and resource needs needed to implement the identified improvements.

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Service distribution by need > Service distribution by funding

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Neighborhood Association


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