Get On Board: It's Time To Stop Hating The Bus

 
 

Excerpted from NPR:

Everyone loves to hate riding the bus — passengers complain about cleanliness, overcrowding, timeliness and inefficiency. In a piece for Salon.com, writer Will Doig says that not liking the bus is "practically an American pastime," but argues that buses are key to improving mass transit. Doig thinks that rather than spending money on expensive new systems like light rail or streetcars, cities should focus on making buses better.

"I think when people say that they don't like the bus," he tells NPR's Neal Conan, "what they're really saying is that they like the train better than the bus. And there are a lot of really good reasons for that."

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Benjamin de la Peña

Benjamin de la Peña is Director of Community and National Strategy at the Knight Foundation. He has extensive expertise in urban planning, change management, leadership development communications and innovation technologies.
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