NO to MASS TRANSIT
Crowding and overcapacity: Mass transit systems, such as buses and trains, can become overcrowded during peak hours, making for an uncomfortable and often unsafe commute for passengers.
Limited service areas: Mass transit systems often only serve specific areas and may not be accessible to those who live or work in more rural or remote locations.
Delays and cancellations: Mass transit systems are susceptible to delays and cancellations due to a variety of factors, including weather, equipment failure, and overcapacity. This can cause inconvenience and uncertainty for passengers.
High cost of maintenance and construction: Building and maintaining mass transit systems can be costly, and these costs are often passed on to taxpayers and passengers through higher fares and taxes.
Limited flexibility: Mass transit systems often have set schedules and routes, which can make it difficult for passengers to deviate from their plans or to reach their destination quickly.
Safety concerns: Mass transit systems can be a target for crime and terrorism, and may not always be equipped to handle emergency situations.
Environmental impact: Mass transit systems can have negative environmental impacts, such as air and noise pollution.
Lack of accessibility: Many mass transit systems are not fully accessible for people with disabilities, older adults and people with mobility aids.