Governing discusses the "catch-22" cities face in constructing and implimenting mass transit systems across the country. "If you don't complete the system," they report, "you can't attract riders. And if you don't have the riders you won't be able to complete it." None of the transit systems make money or relieve much highway traffic, but cities still want them and are still building them.
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