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“We have to give people confidence to come back on buses,” a union official told Motherboard. “Having a packed bus does not give people confidence.”
Sanders himself thanked New Urbanist Memes for Transit-Oriented Teens, which has nearly 200,000 public transit-obsessed members.
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