Mass Transit Use Is Declining As Millennials Buy More Cars

Reason quotes Marc Scribner's insights on mass transit's pleas for more government spending. 

More than a quarter of U.S. government spending on surface transportation goes to mass transit, and yet mass transit accounts for less than 2 percent of total trips taken nationwide. The Competitive Enterprise Institute's Marc Scribner attributes this eye-popping mismatch to a persistent "falsehood peddled by the transit lobby": If you build it, they will come.

Read the full article at Reason.