Pennsylvanians Back Increased Mass Transit Funding

While citizens actually resist funding it, overall 69 percent of the state, including urban and rural areas support increased funding of public transit.

Published: 07-Jan-2005

I'M STUNNED.

According to a new poll, two-thirds of people who live in Pennsylvania say they want state government to put more money into mass transit.

They are, predictably, less supportive of paying for it, through new sales or local real-estate taxes, for instance, or by hiking gas taxes or automobile registration fees.

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