Transportation

Transportation

We support a balanced, safe and efficient transportation network that will preserve a quality environment and provide mobility throughout the state.

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The LWVDV supports controlled growth of local cities and towns with concern for the physical character of the area, including support for specific measures in individual communities.

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The LWVDV supports the use of city and County general plans as the guide to land use in the respective areas.
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When I was growing up in Los Angeles, riding the bus was THE ticket to freedom for those of us younger than driving age.  There were no school buses provided except for field trips and for kids in the lower grades who had to cross the busy street

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The LWV of Vermont has clear positions on transportation and the environment.  Members are encouraged to attend one of these meetings if held near you.

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Support the creation and use of efficient public transportation.

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The League of Women Voters proposes to reduce vehicular traffic by increasing the use of public transportation with expanded mass transit systems.  

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara support area-wide planning that promotes the well-being of the South Coast.

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The four state delegations from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island concur on regional transportation goals.

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The League supports a variety of taxes and fees related to transportation to support transportation infrastructure, but is against a miles-travelled tax; the League supports fuel assistance for low-income Vermonters.

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The League is in favor of bicycle paths, walkways, electric powered vehicles, as well as geographic and intermodal connectivity.

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