When election and racial justice protests rocked Chicago, the mayor used raised bridges and shut down public transportation as crowd control measures, which harmed the city’s workers.
Speeding up bus service and reducing costs for lower-income residents would soften the blow.
Transit and biking could lose funding, but some say Trump’s infrastructure plan has merit.
Intergroup contact is especially important in a segregated city, and another argument for public transit
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