Part II: Hoosier Cities Struggle to Meet Mass Transit Needs

NPR/WFIU

KOKOMO, IN. Despite a surge of federal transportation stimulus grants, recession-riddled cities in southern and central Indiana are struggling to meet transportation needs.  Transit directors are receiving similar rider requests for program expansions, but the money just isn’t there.

Surviving in a Hoosier city without a car is difficult.  And transportation between cities or on weekends is, in many cases, nearly impossible.

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