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Transportation system called inadequate for low-income workers (access required)

A new transportation and poverty report commissioned by a number of area organizations involved in Rochester’s anti-poverty initiative suggests that the city’s transportation system reinforces the disparities that already exist in the community, rather than helping to reduce them. Transportation and Poverty in Monroe County: How Land Use, Job Locations and Commuting Options Affect Access to ...

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