Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Gubernatorial Debate Hits On Transportation Issues

Last night's Presidential debate may not have dealt with transportation (except for minor references to gas prices) but the final Washington Governor’s debate was also held Tuesday night and the candidates did discuss a couple transportation topics.

Here’s the transcript of an exchange about tolling and light rail, from Transportation Issues Daily.

And also from Transportation Issues Daily, here’s the transcript of a question about reforming and funding the ferry system.

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