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Believing that voters might support transit if they felt like an integral part of the transit proposal decision-making process, the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce's Valleywide Transit Task Force set out in early 1995 to initiate a bottom-up process which would

Believing that voters might support transit if they felt like an integral part of the transit proposal decision-making process, the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce's Valleywide Transit Task Force set out in early 1995 to initiate a bottom-up process which would enable people to say, "here's what we want." The Task Force agreed that the first step in the process was to initiate a new dialogue. the Morrison Institute for Public Policy was asked to write a briefing paper, which would re-invigorate the transit debate.

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1997-03
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      ASU 12.2:T 61/3
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    • Prepared for: Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, and Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Valleywide Transit Task Force.
    • Copyright by the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University and its Morrison Institute for Public Policy

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