Light-rail needed in anti-smog plan July 5th, 1996
Business Journal of Phoenix, 5 July 1996
It’s as plain as South Mountain’s radio towers on one of those increasingly infrequent clear days: Any meaningful plan to clean up the Valley’s air should include some type of commuter rail system.
Cars account for roughly three-quarters of the air pollution here. People commuting to downtown Phoenix from the far corners of the Valley would use fast, reliable alternate transportation if it meant avoiding traffic jams and parking fees. A good light-rail system can move lots of people quickly, cleanly and efficiently…
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