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Highway system model for the country population

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Highway system model for the country Population movement to the burbs Later years underfunding of Detroit’s transit bus  system Demise of comprehensive national transit
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Problems today because of no  regional transit Freeway, surface street gridlock Irregular bus service and areas of the city not  covered by bus service Disinvestment Segregated environment; (8 mile more  impermeable that US/Canadian border) Mass transit impractical because of vast  amounts of vacant space (some 40 sq miles  of vacant residential neighborhoods Limited jobs for the poor Tension/unrest among residents
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Previous attempts at  rebuilding regional transit People mover, planned as the hub of a regional  system proposed in the 1970s 1976 federal dollars (some $600 million) rescinded  because of local squabbling and politics Detroit Regional Transportation Authority proposal  never materialized “yet” because of city/suburban  politics and legal challenges
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