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 @9RDZHLZ from South Carolina answered…33mins33m

Yes, if bike trails are made that are disconnected from the road for the safety of all those in vehicles and on bikes.

 @9RDYHCV from South Carolina answered…2hrs2H

no, this will obviously lead to more surveillance of citizens. imagine the backdoor that this would create alone for sta…

 @9RDYHCV from South Carolina answered…2hrs2H

no. what kind of question is this? traffic fatalities & pedestrian deaths are up ten fold. there needs to be stricter en…

 @9RDXG5V from Illinois answered…3hrs3H

The problem is that fuel standards are tied to vehicle size. That is why we see ridiculously sized trucks nowadays so th…

 @9RDX3NKfrom Guam  answered…4hrs4H

Yes and invest in faster, more affordable and accessible public transport options, especially outside cities.

 @9RDV7PV from California answered…6hrs6H

yes, for incentives for carpooling and public rideshare services and no for the use of corporations such as Uber and Lyf…

 @9RDMYQV from Texas answered…9hrs9H

We should support both the maintenance of existing infrastructure and the construction of new infrastructure.

 @9RDMCWK from Pennsylvania answered…9hrs9H

Only if it is fully anonymous, as I do believe that everyone using GPS powered maps would improve traffic significantly.

 @9RDKXM8 from California answered…10hrs10H

No. If yes, the penalty should be put toward more efficient and environmentally friendly (self driving, EV, and EV publi…

 @9RDHKH3 from Minnesota answered…10hrs10H

I don’t believe this concept has been explored to a degree where it is possible to determine whether the pollution reduc…

 @9RDDSGC from Florida answered…11hrs11H

No, vehicles themselves are inherently a problem, and the production of new vehicles, regardless of fuel efficiency, let…

 @935PNTQ from Massachusetts answered…11hrs11H

Only if there is a readily available supply of EVs, and its been proven it will not strain the electric grid. Offer ince…

 @935PNTQ from Massachusetts answered…11hrs11H

Yes, but offer a "pass" of sorts to low income individuals, or create price brackets based on income (ex. $5 for <$25,00…

 @9RD7VNS from Wisconsin answered…12hrs12H

No, the government shouldn't be subsidizing exploitative corporations using subcontractors as employees to avoid labor r…

 @9RD7GJC from Michigan answered…13hrs13H

No. Roads for personal automobiles are public transportation costs and should be cut and switched to toll roads so that…

 @78MJYZM from Indiana answered…13hrs13H

Yes, but only if the cost of continued maintenance is less than new infrastructure. There is no need for a road to be un…

 @9RD5T95 from New York answered…13hrs13H

The government should provide free transportation and incentives to private companies to offer public transportation at…

 @9RCWJ4B from Missouri answered…15hrs15H

No, public transportation should be handled by the states with the federal government maintaining interstate infrastruct…

 @9RCT9XH from West Virginia answered…16hrs16H

Yes, in rural areas. Many elderly people miss doctors appointments due to not having transportation.

 @9RCRLGS from New York answered…16hrs16H

yes in time but we are not there yet make better safer bike lanes and other forms of cheap reliable transportation

 @9RCPMYN from New Jersey answered…17hrs17H

No, the EPA already has strict guideline for Diesel vehicles. The amount of pollutants out of Diesel Vehicles today are…

 @9RCM2VW from Missouri answered…17hrs17H

There should be more public transportation available but capital discipline has to be in place and not prioritize Unions…

 @9RCL3NW from Massachusetts answered…18hrs18H

This should be approached equally. If roads are really bad then they should be fixed. If there is an opportunity for new…

 @9RCGNWM from New York answered…18hrs18H

Yes. Using spending to figure out ways to make it more accessible to the poor, yet not free for just everyone. Making tr…