Commission eliminates JO bus routes

Commission eliminates JO bus routes

There are 1 comment on the The Gardner News and The Spring Hill New Era story from Oct 20, 2012, titled Commission eliminates JO bus routes. In it, The Gardner News and The Spring Hill New Era reports that:

Lynne Hermansen Special to the Gardner News Johnson County commissioners hesitantly approved eliminating five of the previously proposed nine bus routes at their Oct.

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Jim

Overland Park, KS

#1 Oct 28, 2012
The county eliminates a needed service that serves one half of one percent of Johnson County, but I wonder what percent of Johnson County uses golf courses that receive county funding. Car dealers' influence on the officials to not fund public transportation so they can sell more cars has more to do with making the Jo less user friendly. With 550,000 residents in Johnson County, there should be a usable and viable public transportation system if the county would do a proper job of operating it.

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