Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The San Francisco Bay Area needs both 1) a new bridge across the Bay for all motorists, 2) BART up the Peninsula - close the gap around the Bay for transit users

Bay Area Transportation officials MTC/BATA are considering a study for a new Southern Crossing bridge to accommodate the region's increased and growing population, more registered motorists of all types and kinds who need automobility, including trucking, while reducing pollution, congestion, GHGs, delays, and help power more economic growth.  Bridges, unfortunately with tolls--but only to pay off their construction debt, do pay themselves off--unlike any transit, anywhere.  This is the fiscally responsible way to build our infrastructure for prosperity.

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