Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-09-20 14:30:22 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Proponents of free transit in Albuquerque pushed on Monday. The city has already secured $ 3 million to cover the cost of the pilot program.
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But at a meeting earlier this month, councilors said more time was needed to address concerns related to homelessness and potential crime. On Monday, supporters asked the city to move forward on a toll-free vehicle, saying it was more than just transportation. “Our research shows that access to public transport increases other health incomes, promotes access to education, employment and recreation, and also healthy habits for access to healthy eating and physical exercise. We found that we promoted it, “says Together for Brothers Executive. Directed by Christopher Ramirez.
This proposal will be discussed again by the councilor on Monday afternoon.
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