Steven Spears

UC Irvine

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Mass transit needs frequency, reliability and access to job centers. That's all it will take to transform drivers into riders of busses, streetcars and trains.

Do Angelinos Have a Bias against Mass Transit?

Mass transit needs frequency, reliability and access to job centers. That's all it will take to transform drivers into riders of busses, streetcars and trains.

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