[nfb-talk] Top 10 Cities with Best Transportation

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sat Feb 12 21:07:26 UTC 2011

Well, I live in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area -- and while not bad, 
if this is the fifth best in the country, then public transportation 
is worse then I thought.  I think San Francisco is better then here, 
for example, so is Philadelphia, unless they all have fallen off over 
the years.  So is Chicago, by a long shot unless they have cut the 
hell out of the system.  I live in a suburb, a pretty far one 
granted, but I have absolutely no bus service on week end.


>Living near Portland, I'm not surprised.
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>US News and World Report recently published a list of the top 10 cities with
>the best public transit.  You can search the site for the article to read
>more about each entry, but note that the presentation is an online
>Tied at #9 were Austin and Denver
>#8 Honolulu
>#7 Los Angeles
>#6 San Francisco
>#5 Minneapolis/Saint Paul
>#4 Boston
>#3 New York City
>#2 Salt Lake City
>#1 Portland
>Anyway, I thought you guys might find it interesting.
>"Hard work spotlights the character of people: some turn up their sleeves,
>some turn up their noses, and some don't turn up at all."--Sam Ewing

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