I use it every day. There are these long roads to nowhere in Montana, should they not be built because hardly anyone uses it. I guarantee you the ridership on Septa every day is much more significant then the daily rush hour in Montana. Also, what is wrong with expanding transit in the big cities? Why is that a bad thing?
Originally Posted by bryson662001
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