Views on a massive transit system in the U.S., Trains, Electric Trollys, and More SUB-WAYS?

Question by Jenny: Views on a massive transit system in the U.S., Trains, Electric Trollys, and More SUB-WAYS?
Since Americans can’t afford to pay at the pump anymore, and pay their insurance, and vehicle payments, with the rate hikes in home heating cost’s, and Electricity, food, water, etc., etc.. Is this a viable way to improve our infrastructure, and allow Americans to be able to work?

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Answer by TishaTiger
yes it is, i think. its sort of like carpooling you know. and it helps provide jobs. and it may even cut the cost of gasoline, if more people pooled together and used community transportation, they would have to lower the cost of gasoline simply because we aren’t using it. and the cost of automobiles would lower, causing the country to import less, which would reduce the cost of taxes. so yes i def. agree that it would help.

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New York City Transit Authority original grab hold. Miniature Electric Train Exhibits at the Nixon Presidential Library

New York City Transit Authority original grab hold. Miniature Electric Train Exhibits at the Nixon Presidential Library
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Image by DominusVobiscum
New York City Transit Authority original grab hold, subway tokens, map, and memorabilia display. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library yearly Christmas season miniature electric train exhibit of Antique and LEGO miniature trains, villages. Displays include videos, memorabilia – Two rooms of running trains in villages, mountains and cities. 1) The Atrium Southern California LEGO Train Club exhibit. 2) The special exhibit room of Lionel and other collector electric trains, in action and on display. Some Wind-up Robots and toys are also included.

Long Beach “Transit Mall” – California

MTA (Los Angeles’ regional transit system) train at Long Beach, California. Busses from Orange County Transit (OCTA), Torrance Transit, Long Beach Transit (LBTA), MTA and Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) Express can be seen at this, the southern-most terminus of Los Angeles’ rapid-transit network. This was a rare day, as there was a wire-down on the line, and for some reason it was necessary to use these train-sets, ones that quite obviously don’t belong on the ‘Blue’ Line.