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Op-ed: LLoyd Wright In Response to Free Public Transport?

Following up on Simon Norton comments here of 2016/08/07

“Public Space” is generally mostly free. This includes footpaths, parks, and town squares. If one advocates charging for public transport, it would seem most of the same arguments would apply to public space. 484 more words

Contributors

Op-ed: In Response to Free Public Transport?

Simon Norton comments: Submitted on 2016/08/07

There are 2 overriding arguments for free transport:

  1. It avoids the cost (in both person power and time) of fare collection.
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Politics

Free Public Transport? Hmm, are you quite sure?

There are a good number of proponents around the world — politicians and activists for the most part —  supporting the idea that public transport should be free. 2,724 more words

2016

Free Public Transport? Hmm, are you quite sure?

There are a good number of proponents around the world — politicians and activists for the most part —  supporting the idea that public transport should be free. 2,712 more words

2016

Free Public Transport Bill Sparks Heated Debate

By Jamal Ben Haddou

Youth parliamentarians have paved the way for a more evenhanded public transport system after unanimously passing a bill that exempts disadvantaged students from public transport fees. 331 more words

Youth Parliament

Public transport advocate solicits ideas to break ‘car culture’ in Penang

From the Archives. George Town Malaysia. Sept 23 , 2013  http://themalaymailonline.com/ —

By Opalyn Mok

A predilection for cars means that 80 per cent of transport funding is used to cater for the needs of 20 per cent of society, according to a public transport proponent today. 797 more words

The Third Force