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August 23, 2014 10:00 AM

Finally, a bold plan emerges to improve regional transit

The lack of top-notch transit in the metropolitan area has created low expectations among too many members of the public. They don’t expect to be able to quickly get from here to there, at a reasonable cost, on a comfortable bus, so why bother even trying. But much to their credit, local officials for months have worked on a more coordinated effort to improve public transportation.

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