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Free Public Transportation Means More Money for Food

Positive Future #635 (Feature photo – Kansas City, Missouri Public Bus – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International, Ansacosf2010)

CleanTechnica journalist Steve Hanley brings us the story of how Kansas City, Missouri has decided to offer free public transportation. Free public transportation not only leaves more dollars for other necessities. It also offers a better future for anyone that needs transportation to work, but can’t afford the roughly $750 a month – which is the average cost of car ownership. Of impact is the Kansas City is at the heart of a metro area of 2.2 million people.

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