If only we saw transit as a public service

You get what you pay for. In Canada, we get nothing but lousy.

The reason there aren’t tolls on most roads is that most people consider roads to be a public good. And indeed they are. The public uses them to go places. Get stuff delivered. Have emergency vehicles reach those in need.

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Writer | Ottawa. Books include Épître aux tartempions, Le national-syndicalisme, Down the Road Never Travelled, Not Just for Kicks and Le livre Uber.

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Writer | Ottawa. Books include Épître aux tartempions, Le national-syndicalisme, Down the Road Never Travelled, Not Just for Kicks and Le livre Uber.

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