'Cause there ain't no end to them pricks:
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In other words, the "planners" at Metro have launched another effort to steer the idiot citizenry into appearing to support what the "planners" already have in mind: getting you out of your evil car.
It's not taxpayer dollars; it's "investment".
Hey, if they want to revert to streetcars and light rail, that's fine; let it be paid for just as it was 100 years ago: developers built them to attract people (who generally didn't have cars, anyway) to their new developments in far-flung, exotic locales such as Multnomah Village.
No taxpayer "investment" - no problem.