Public Transit: Commuters, Communities, and Costs

In part 2 of our series on the public transit funding crisis in Pittsburgh, we answer these questions: How might these cuts affect people with disabilities? And are other cities going through similar cuts, too? How are they handling it?

During the program, we speak with Lucy Spruill at United Cerebral Palsy, Holly Dick at ACCESS, college student Cathy Mikolay, and residents at the Allegheny Independence House in Wilmerding. We also talk to Dianne Williams from Metro St. Louis.

This work is a collaboration between I Wonder… and History for the Future, public affairs programs on WRCT-Pittsburgh 88.3FM, and is produced by Ellis Robinson, Kevin Brown, and Daniel Tkacik.

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