Americans prefer Transit over New Roads

An ABC News/Washington Post poll show Americans favor expanded public transportation options over road building in government efforts to reduce traffic congestion. Overall, 54 percent prefer focusing on public transit, such as trains and buses, while four in ten say the government should focus on expanding and building roads instead. Preference for public transit ranges from a high of 61 percent of urban residents to 49 percent of people in rural areas.

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