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@8RBQDDP from Vermont answered…3mos

Yes, but it should be cost effective and environmentally friendly

@924MYCK from GU answered…7mos

Yes, the government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc.. It should be done efficiently and productively, and adheres to more sustainable standards.

@938PWY6 from Kansas answered…8mos

The government should increase spending on making private transportation more efficient.

@937LQYX answered…8mos

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…8mos

Yes, the government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc.. Also, it should be done efficiently and productively, and adheres to more sustainable standards.

@934DCZZ from Michigan answered…9mos

Yes, but the funding should predominantly come from state and local government

@92X5HLD from California answered…9mos

No, and the government should not fund any transportation services

@92MDVFR from Georgia answered…9mos

Where would the funding go to? Many metropolitan areas already have sufficient methods, so increasing subsidies to those cities would deny developing cities the budgets that they would require to address their growing needs. However, if the money would be distributed to cities with growing populations and inadequate systems, then yes, the spending would be warranted.

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@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…10mos

Yes, if done efficiently and productively, and with more sustainable/eco-friendly standards. The government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc.

@929DQCT from Minnesota answered…10mos

Yes because some people might not have enough money for a car so they have to transport by public transportation.

@928JSGK from Wisconsin answered…10mos

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…10mos

Yes, if done efficiently and productively. The government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc., and provide more free public transportation for everyone.

@9229SCK from California answered…10mos

Yes. As long as there is spending for other important items. Increase spending on Eco friendly transportation.

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Yes, if done efficiently and productively. The government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc., and make sure it is. Public transportation should be free and more affordable for everyone.

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Yes, if done efficiently and productively. The government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc. Public transportation should be free and more affordable for everyone.

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Yes, if done efficiently and productively. The government should concentrate on fixing and improving stations, railroads, trains, buses, etc., and public transportation should be free and more affordable for everyone.

@8ZGMFJG from Florida answered…11mos

Yes because many people are disabled and cannot use any other transportation than public transportation.

@8ZBTMV9 from Pennsylvania answered…11mos

@86N5Z35 from New York answered…1yr

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Yes, provide more free public transportation; and invest in cleaner alternatives to air travel, such as high-speed rail.

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Yes, but this should be left up to state and local governments to decide. Current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses, etc.

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Yes, but this should be left up to state and local governments to decide; public transportation should only be funded within states and cities, not the federal government. Current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses, etc.

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No, and we should reduce current spending No, we have more important issues that need funding

Yes, but this should be left up to the state and local governments to decide, and public transportation should only be funded within states and cities, not the federal government. Also, current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses, etc.

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No

No, this should be left up to the state and local governments to decide, and they should fund public transportation on states and cities, not the federal government. Other than that, current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses etc.

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No

No, this should be left up to the state and local governments to decide, not the federal government, and they should only fund public transportation within states and cities. Other than that, current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses etc.

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No

Yes, but only state and local governments should have the responsibility to fund public transportation, and current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses etc.

@8XTSQNB from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, as it reduces Co2 emissions and helps people everywhere to get around

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Yes, but only state and local governments should fund public transportation and current budget should be reallocated towards fixing and improving stations, trains, buses etc.

@86N5Z35 from New York answered…1yr

@8XQCD4Q from Washington answered…1yr

@8XNT9ZQ from Florida answered…1yr

Yes, It depends on the location. Federal government may assist states or local communities in funding to maintain some public transportation - i.e. old subway systems.

@8XHNZZH from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@8XFNL5B from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, they should increase spending on public transportation. They also need more free transportation for people like college students, homeless people, and poor people so they have transportation.

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Yes, but it should be the responsibility of local and state governments.

@7C3ZZ8M from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, but only by reallocating funds from other government expenses, whether that would be from military, medicare, social security, etc, but not in an excessive amount to where it dramatically impacts those categories.

@8FLGY5K from Alabama answered…1yr

No, but the government should encourage sustainable means of transportation (walking, cycling, etc.)

@8WRL5Q9 answered…1yr

There is enough transportation for the average citizen to get to point A to point B. This is more a individual matter, so no.

@8VJQ9QW from Ohio answered…1yr

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@8W92Y77 from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@8W8NCQT from Florida answered…1yr

The federal government should only be involved when State lines are crossed

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No, public transportation spending should be handled on the state and local level

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No, public transportation spending should be adjusted on the state and local level

@8W6TC3G from Massachusetts answered…1yr

Yes but only in areas of high demand for public transportation and should be monitored on a local level

@8W2Z4W2 from Indiana answered…1yr

Yes, add more free and environmentally friendly forms of public transportation.