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Transportation Advocacy Day is January 31st

If there’s some way you’d like to improve transit, odds are it will take money. Anything that requires revenue involves going through the State Legislature. Transportation Choices Coalition is one of the few lobbying organizations dedicated to making the transit pie bigger, and they organize a “Transportation Advocacy Day” each year where average citizens go [...]
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