Friday, November 8, 2013

Must read: Stinging criticism of Jamaica's public transit system

We have been underdeveloped by taxis and minibuses and a febrile JUTC. We can afford a good system and would not need “little, little” systems for schools, nurses, civil servants, airport workers, etc.
Politics underdevelops public transport - Columns - " The impact on lifestyle, leisure, workers and students -- three to six hours on the road; no family time, growing alienation; and increasing vulnerability is acute. Roads are default but do not solve our transport woes. Developed nations' inter-generational transport projects give their kids a leg-up. UK commuter standards are high and "just-in-time travel plans" are normal. If the bus is five minutes late, you miss the train at the other end. PJ Patterson left a legacy of high volume roads, but commitment to roads is a boon to car makers and oil sellers."
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