- Date: 08/24/2020
From funding, planning and infrastructure, to design and policing, many transit agencies essentially have built two systems with different standards…
In March 1970, Whitney M. Young Jr., the executive director of the National Urban League, addressed a committee of U.S. Congress members reviewing the nation’s urban transportation needs. Federal funding for public transit must vastly expand, Young argued, for public transit was a matter of “human rights and civil rights.”
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