Cartoon Tuesday: Transit = Jobs

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As President Obama stumps for transportation funding, it’s important to remember that investing in transit is good for families, communities and the economy. To see the rest of the graphic, click ##http://jobstomoveamerica.org/infographic/##here.##

Today’s submission isn’t really a cartoon, as much as an infographic. Via our friends at Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy comes this graphic from LAANE’s Jobs to Move America campaign. The handsome image clearly and simply explains how a stronger investment in transit is good for everybody in a community, not just those that take advantage of the service.

That one of the graphic artists is Colleen Corcoran, who works on a lot of livability and green transportation projects, including CicLAvia, is just a bonus, to take nothing away from the rest of the team: Rosten Woo and Tiffanie Tran.

To see the rest of the graphic, click on through.

  • davistrain

    “Ordinary Americans will have a voice……” I’m afraid most of us will take that prediction with a large pinch of salt.

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