Why I Believe Transit Fares Will Be Obsolete

Why I Believe Transit Fares Will Be Obsolete, a post in the Wish Journey 2022 series from The Black Urbanist presented by Kristen Jeffers Media illustrated by a Black woman in a trenchcoat, turtleneck and N95 short blonde natural hair boarding a NYC Subway.

There’s no need for transit fares, when municipalities can provide transit using taxes and subsidies. Then, if municipalities absolutely must charge individual people and low-earning businesses, base that payment on their adjusted gross income which municipalities, not those citizens, pull from their public tax records.

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Kristen Jeffers, MPA, (she/they) centers Black Queer Feminist Urbanist thought and practice in her writing, speaking, and fiber craft making.

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Kristen Jeffers

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Kristen Jeffers, MPA, (she/they) centers Black Queer Feminist Urbanist thought and practice in her writing, speaking, and fiber craft making.

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