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Free Mass Transit Improves Efficiency!

by Joshua Liberles on September 25, 2007

freemasstrans Free Mass Transit Improves Efficiency!

What would a world with free public transportation look like? Well, turns out that it’s already out there and running smoothly. Areas of Belgium and Washington state have already given it a go, as have many U.S. alpine ski towns with their free around-town and to-the-mountain shuttles

Public transportation is already largely subsidized, although not on the scale of auto subsidies (when highway/road infrastructure, parking, clean-up of pollution (let alone increased costs in health care), tax-breaks for oil and auto industries, etc. are taken into account). If we’re serious about getting people out of cars and decreasing pollution and greenhouse gases, why not take a serious look at improving our public transport system and providing it for free?

A surprise benefit of not collecting fares is that it actually reduces the overall cost of public transit. Drivers (for buses) don’t need to spend time collecting money and making change; ticket booths and their attendees (for trains, subways, etc.) are no longer necessary; tickets don’t need to be printed, saving trees, expense, and the need to clean up the accompanying mess (which, apparently is a problem in British Columbia); and fare-enforcement and the prosecution of fare-evaders (and the accompanying expense) become things of the past. While I don’t know the hard figures, removing a $1 fare (for example) would actually cost significantly less than $1.

A full exploration of the idea of free mass transit can be found at the Tyee.

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