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Transit advocates have a plan for better bus funding, but how will they convince county voters?

Credit: Rumble
Published on July 16, 2019 - Duration: 03:09s

Transit advocates have a plan for better bus funding, but how will they convince county voters?

Metro is facing a financial crisis it's never seen before, with a $60 million budget deficit projected over the next decade if leaders and voters can't agree on a new source of funding.

Officials believe that in order to save the region's largest public transit option, they'll have to poney up for something else, as well: roads and bridges.

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