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Rally at the MN State Capitol May 16 to Save Our Transit

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No service cuts, no fare hikes.

Tuesday, May 16, 6PM

Mel Reeves, Transportation Forward

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http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/evergreenedigest.org/files/Transportation%20Forward%20logo.jpgMay 5, 2017 | Imagine bus routes cut, fares going up to 50 cents and waiting longer for the bus or train. That’s what could happen if the Legislature doesn’t fund Metro Transit. The state Legislature has proposed deep cuts to Metro Transit bus and light rail funding. If these cuts pass it will have a devastating impact on our community. It will mean fare increases, routes will be cut and or run less often, shorter hours and routes could be cut altogether.

This would really hurt the elderly, low income folks, Minneapolis Public High School students who depend on the bus to get to and from school and people who depend on the bus or light rail to get to work.

But you can do something about it.

Come Rally with us Tuesday May 16 at 6 pm at the state Capitol (we will meet near the Capitol/Rice street stop on the Light Rail Green Line)

For more info 651-403-0338 or 651-201-3400

Please put up the attached poster (PDF) in your church.

Thanks

Mel Reeves in coordination with Transportation Forward

Transportation Forward Minnesota is a statewide campaign dedicated to building broad support for new investments in transportation, in the belief that transportation underpins quality of life, the way our communities function, access to economic opportunity, and the health of our residents and environment.

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