POL 215 Rural Suburban and Urban Issuesin Political Science by vomms
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Rural Suburban and Urban Issues
POL 215 State and Local Political Processes
Not enough public transportation - Rural
Rural areas are usually open with smaller populations. The roads may consist of dirt because of agriculture, mining, or oil fields. Public transportation would not be a priority of a rural area because most are self-sustaining locations (farming, natural resources, and etcetera). People in rural areas will have to travel for medical, dental, and etcetera. The Rural areas of small towns, villages, etcetera still face issues with public transportation on the outskirts of their boundaries. The statement from The Research and Training Center on Disabilities in Rural Communities (1999) provides a statistical statement toward rural issues
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