Funding Indiana's Public Transport
Hey! I'm doing a project for school and thought it would be a good idea to raise awareness about the lack of infrastructure in Indiana's public transportation systems. The idea is to spread the word about how the company General Motors had bought out most railway systems in the U.S. in the 20th century, and basically tore them down in the name of profit. Before they had done this, only about 40% of United States citizens owned a car, and today that number is over 90%. Funding from highways and roads would be allocated to start funding public transportation in the downtown Indianapolis area to model that of Chicago's, and if the public gets behind it, I'd like to see this business grow even more!