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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Transit issues and a reader request

Lawrence Krubner sent me an email requesting that I link to this blog by Alex Marshall, which covers urban issues. I have to admit, the post on the main page impressed me--for some reason, transit issues tend to get people emotionally bent out of shape, but rarely do you read anything that addresses why it is that people's emotions cloud their thinking on this issue.

Of course, I'm wildly biased because I have been supportive of building a light rail in Austin from day one. But I still have to say that the anti-public transportation people I meet tend to get far more riled up than any of the pro-public transportation people I meet. Maybe they feel defensive. I'm sure it also has something to do with the fact that pro-public transportation people aren't usually arguing against cars so much as arguing for diversity, as Marshall makes clear in this article. Anti-public transportation folks are in a position of arguing "my way or the highway", which can probably be a strain on the nerves.

Here in Austin, things have grown particularly ugly around the issues of a light rail and better bike lane access. It's a Rednecks vs. Hippies thing. And more than a few Rednecks are positive that if they start seeing train stations and bikes all over the city, then the Hippies will have won and we are all going to hell. The "lifestyle" divide has really drained a lot of the common sense out of people, something you can witness frequently in the letters to the editor at the Chronicle, though things have kind of simmered down after light rail passed in this last election.

On the Redneck side of the divide, I can sort of understand the frustration with the bike lanes. Bike lanes have to be built into the side of already existing roads, and many roads in Austin are already narrow. Stick a bike lane on them, and it's hard to navigate, especially for people who drive enormous pick-ups or SUVs. I understand the frustration, but I can't help but say, "Tough." Drive a gas-sucking monstrosity if you want, but don't complain when stuck behind someone who is doing their part to balance out your wastefulness. It would do well for the Hippies on the other side not to use their self-righteousness to exaggerate the amount of hostility they receive when out on their bikes, however.

All common sense has gone out the window for a number of Rednecks I encounter who oppose the light rail, especially those who live waaaaay out in the suburbs and have to crawl along in traffic everyday, burning the hell out of that $1.90 a gallon gasoline. If the light rail reduces their time in traffic, why bitch about it? It's particularly maddening to hear someone bitch who lives outside of Travis County--shut up and be grateful that we are paying to lighten your traffic load, I say. But Marshall here is right. The issue is one of image, and people are so in love with the "individuality" of driving a car that they are blocking common sense and they are also blocking the fact that you aren't much of a free spirit when sitting in traffic driving the same Ford Expedition as half the people on the road as you'd like to think you are.

Anyway, it's a good post. I wish I could think of strategies to lessen anti-public transportation sentiment borne out of the anxiety that it's somehow un-American to ride a light rail or even to ride a bike somewhere. Pointing out the emotional context of the arguments is a good start, though.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

where i am, the public transportation split is almost entirely between the haves and the have-nots. the only system available at all is an undersized, anaemic city bus service; the only people who use it are those too poor to afford other transportation; and everyone who opposes it seems to have a barely-veiled, unspoken subtext of "wherever those damn buses go, those icky, dirty poor folks will follow".

route expansions are opposed with excuses of noisy traffic down "our nice, quiet suburban streets"; the building of an actual bus station on the spot where the buses already stop to exchange passengers between routes is opposed for fears of "diesel fumes" and "undesirable individuals". the entire system is opposed because it's "wasteful", those "big ugly gas-guzzling buses always run empty anyway", which might have something to do with every proposed route or service time expansion being vehemently opposed. it goes on like that.

funny, when i lived in Europe the public opinion of public transport was quite different. the buses used there didn't look like retreads from a 1960's movie set, either.

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Blogger WookieMonster said...

I desparately miss riding the bus to work and school. I used to live in the city and work downtown, but now I live in the worst section of the city (which has 1 bus line that I would have to drive to get to) and work in a suburb so if I did drive to catch that bus I would still have to take 4 more buses to get to work, and even then it's about 1/2 mile from the bus stop to my workplace. The sad part is that I only work 15 miles from my house. 5 buses to move 15 miles. Can we say inefficient?

I miss being able to knit or read on my way to work instead of having to pay attention to the idiot drivers around me. I miss not having to fill up my tank every day.

My city (Minneapolis) just built the first light rail segment. It's a huge success (exceding every prediction of ridership, etc.), but they're not going to expand it to cover the whole city because "it would cost too much". I've been thinking about moving just so that I can take advantage of it, but I'd have to find a job on it too...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I visited Austin just over a year ago, I found three things to admire about the buses there:

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Blogger Norbizness said...

I'll vote for it the instant the first line is promised for East Austin (and the airport doesn't count, I'm talking right down E. 11th), instead of those Cedar Park motherfuckers who knew they'd be spending an hour on Mopac every day when they played "white flight" in the early 90s.

But, for the longest time, I have posited that the animating rule of Austin politics is "Developers and Environmentalists Uniting and Finding Consensus... to Screw Over Anything East of I-35"

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Another reason why some people don't like public transportation is that they're afraid it'll enable non-white people access to white neighborhoods. I'm not familiar with the areas you're talking about here, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was a hidden factor.

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Blogger Sally said...

For what it's worth, I grew up in a place with excellent public transit, and the transit system totally reinforced rather than challenged inequality. It was specifically designed to get middle-class suburbanites and tourists to the places they wanted to go, and when I was a kid the subway system didn't even serve the city's poorest neighborhoods. I'm a huge supporter of public transit, and I think it's a social justice as well as an environmental issue, but I think you have to consider what kind of system you get, and not just that you have a system at all.

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Sally, would you be talking about the BART system in the San Francisco Bay Area?

There are only a few stops in working class neighborhoods -- mostly it runs from posh middle class suburbs into the urban shopping areas. Years ago, a friend who was studying economics told me that they'd studied how fares for buses were raised in order to subsidize the fares for BART. I can't remember what the justification was, but you can be sure that the middle class is rarely seen on buses.

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Blogger shannon said...

The problem is a kind of catch twenty two- you'd get more revenue if you got more funding(meaning your buses came more often, and there were more routes) but then people say "well, there aren't enough people riding the bus anyway" and cut funds when people merely don't have routes that are accessible to them.

And the people who are worried about sitting with the 'coloreds' or the poor can just go hang. Too bad you can't have an extra racism tax covering people who move out into the suburbs because they are worried about 'crime' or do other dumb things to try to segregate. (I'm southern and bitter)

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"Sally, would you be talking about the BART system in the San Francisco Bay Area?"

Nope. I'm talking about the Metro in D.C. Since I left, they finally opened the Green Line, and the situation has improved. But they basically built the system by starting with the richest neighborhoods and moving incrementally down the economic scale, so for almost twenty years the system served the richest but not the poorest Washingtonians.

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Another reason why some people don't like public transportation is that they're afraid it'll enable non-white people access to white neighborhoods. That's probably what was behind John Rocker's infamous bitching about the No. 7 train to Shea Stadium. The 7 runs through a hugely diverse array of neighborhoods in Queens, most of them full of immigrants or poor people.

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