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I agree with Speakman's plan. This is a good idea.
These events, as well as work schedules at night, need to be available for all citizens of Lawrence, not just those with cars.
Unrealistic. Until gas costs rise to the point where people are willing to give up the convenience of driving a personal automobile, public transportation will be underutilized.
This 24 hour service might also keep some drunk drivers off the road = good thinking. Perhaps some T signs could be made available to all that are engaged in the serving of such beverages as a reminder to the patrons. Yes there is another way to get home.
Yeah, like a cab. How much money is going to be spent on this ridiculous experiment before it is shut down?
It would be much cheaper for everyone to be responsible for themselves!
Which uses more fuel per passenger-mile, public transit buses, or single-occupancy private vehicles? And what percentage of passengers on a bus are making what might be considered frivolous trips, such as purchasing twinkies to satisfy late-night munchies? (yes, I know that's not possible in Lawrence.)
At least some women will have a safe way get home possibly... rather than be tormented with concern about rape along the way.
Yes rape is a concern in Lawrence,Kansas.
I'm pretty sure that is the best non-sequitur I've seen all day.
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