cincinnati.com: "The region’s lack of public transportation makes us less competitive on many levels. It hurts people who depend on public transportation to get to work, because they either can’t afford a car or can’t physically drive. It hurts efforts to attract young professionals who look for good transit when deciding where to live. It will hurt us, too, when – not if – gas prices spike and people find they have no alternatives to driving."
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