Com201010lack oftransportation affects our nations

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Unformatted text preview: eystone oil pipeline from Canada to giving utilities more flexibility in how they dump coal ash.) Contention 2: Poverty Infrastructure not sufficient for nation’s poor Cholia, Coeditor of Alt transport, October 19, 2010 (Ami, Alt Transport,; DKE) [Over the last ten years, more than two-thirds of poverty growth in the nation’s metro areas occurred in the suburbs , and there are now 1.6 million more poor people living in the suburbs than in center cities. Since 2000, there has been a general increase in the nation’s poverty rate, but it has been far worse in the suburbs than in the cities —a 37.4 percent increase versus 16.7 percent. Though the poverty rate remains higher in central cities, the number of poor suburbanites is growing quickly.” According to The Brookings Institution we don’t have enough infrastructure in place to deal with this new movement. And our transportation resources, which are already strained, can’t seem t...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2013 for the course PHILOSOPHY 303m taught by Professor Tye during the Fall '12 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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