The Line: Public Debate About The Albuquerque Rapid Transit Remains Heated

March 4, 2016 – In the past two weeks, Albuquerque media outlets reported on various community meetings on the planned Albuquerque Rapid Transit system down Central Avenue.

The Albuquerque Journal highlighted “colorful language” in its coverage of one meeting this week. Discussions about the ART have been emotional in recent months.  Host Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists discuss the latest round of ART public meetings this week on New Mexico in Focus.

LINE PANELISTS:
Eddy Aragon, CEO, “The Rock of Talk,” Fox News ABQ 95.9 FM
Dan Foley, former New Mexico house minority whip
Sophie Martin, attorney and editor of DukeCityFix.com
Antoinette Sedillo López, executive director of Enlace Comunitario

1 thought on “The Line: Public Debate About The Albuquerque Rapid Transit Remains Heated

  1. ART transit debate: Central already has buses. The growth of yet another bus system on the same street makes no sense. Why not consider Candelaria, Menaul, Montano, etc? I would like to use the bus system; I’m retired and have the time to do so. Unfortunately, there has been no thought given to how to connect with the bus system and how to make the system move efficiently. Even though I’m retired, I’m not willing to spend 3 hours on the bus to make a 1 hour trip. PS I had a great experience riding on the bus, but the problems above stopped me.

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