October 22, 2014

Public Transit

Transportation Survey

Amy Keller | 3/1/2007

More than half of Tampa Bay residents are at least somewhat likely to support a tax increase to fund public transit:

  • Very Likely -- 17%
  • Somewhat Likely -- 40%
  • Somewhat Unlikely -- 13%
  • Very Unlikely -- 18%
  • Neither -- 12%

Source: Florida Department of Transportation

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