Monday, August 26, 2013

More evidence of split in 1% as auto infrastructure gets too expensive

Urgency sought for funding Pennsylvania roads and transit - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Members of the House panel heard Wednesday from business leaders, who said investing in infrastructure would drive economic growth. Vince Sands, deputy CEO of BNY Mellon, told the group that 50 percent of the company's employees in Pittsburgh rely solely on public transportation.

"This is really important to us," he said. "We have to get our people to work."

Transportation is important not only to keep a location running, he said, but also when the company is deciding where to create new jobs."

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