Mass transit struggles to meet rising costs, demand

07/18/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Public transit authorities are struggling to meet rising fuel costs even as commuters flock to trains and buses as an alternative to high gasoline prices. In many cities, authorities are raising fares and cutting service while the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority proposes increasing the county sales tax by a half penny to fund needed expansion.

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