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david vartanoff

way cool!

Kathy

Congratulations Evan on the new job with Jarrett!

Robert Wightman

The concept of a free fare zone in the downtown has always seemed to me as being unfair to those who do not live or work downtown. Why should those who are downtown, where service is usually better, get free service while those in the rest of the region have to pay? It also rewards those who drive with free service for lunch.

Zoltán

Robert,

I very much agree. Where those of lower income brackets increasingly live and/or work in suburban areas, and downtowns are often the site of expensive residences and salaried workers, free transit downtown seems an undesirable distribution of resources.

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