Article on Portland's public transit system, commenting on the limitations of th
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Article on Portland's public transit system, commenting on the limitations of the system. Because public transportation has not been a critical part of the development process, many local government policies actually encourage sprawl and dependence on automobiles. Kevin Donoghue, a graduate student at the Muskie Institute for Public Service, notes that abundant affordable parking and poor walking conditions in Portland discourage use of public transit. In addition, the Greater Portland Transit District, also known as the Metro, does a poor job marketing itself, especially the availability of timetables. With comments by Elizabeth Trice, a member of the Portland Alliance of Transportation and Housing; Carey Kish, manager of Go Maine; and public transit riders Amy Emmons and Myranda Gowan.
Greater Portland Transit District, Metro bus system SEE Greater Portland Transit District
Stewart-Bouley, Shay, "Article on Portland's public transit system, commenting on the limitations of th" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 2563.
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