. Why does government subsidize public transportation when most people do not use it? Is there public transportation in your community? If so, what type? Why should a person use public transportation if he or she does not have to?

27,916 results
  1. ss

    1. Which of the following might a limited government be more likely to do than an unlimited government? A. build and maintain public roads B. protect citizens from attack C. operate public schools D. let citizens speak freely and protest 2. Which of the

  2. Social studies

    Someone please check my answer? Explain how life in cities improved in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Be sure to describe innovations in the public transportation and travel as well as how technology helped solve some of the problems of crowding. My

  3. New Mexico History

    Identify two of the main effects that trade had on the development of New Mexico. *Two answers* a. Trading helped diffuse the cultures of the various people who came to New Mexico. b.Trading made nearly all of the residents of New Mexico rich.*** c.The New

  4. Algebra with applications

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 23 said they drove alone. 30 rode in a carpool. 31 rode public transportation. 4 used both carpools and public transportation. 3 used

  5. SS

    Okay i am sorry but please cheats my answers How did the the control of fire affect the development of early humans? Select all that apply. A.

  6. History

    How did the Scientific Revolution impact people’s views about absolute monarchies and government? (Select all that apply.) people questioned the rule by divine right of European monarchs people believed the government was no longer necessary and lean

  7. math venn

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 29 said they drove alone. 25 rode in a carpool. 30 rode public transportation. 7 used both carpools and public transportation. 6 used

  8. Career Prep

    1.what do workers in law public safety corrections and security field do? (1 point) They ensure that people are happy with their life experiences They help people realize their FULL potential They look for transportation patterns for delivering goods They

  9. Social Studies

    Which trend is true regarding China's economic impact on transportation use? a. More people are riding bicycles due to increased traffic congestion. b. More people are becoming prosperous and can now afford vehicles.*** c. transportation due to cheaper

  10. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 36 said they drove alone. 31 rode in a carpool. 32 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 7 used both a

  11. math

    At the Kolbus building 3 out of every 7 employees use public transportation. There are 9,800 employees at the building. How many use public transportation?

  12. United States History

    "...Governments long established should not be changed for light or transient causes...But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is

  13. government

    the lawmaking function of congress is central to democracy because a. it enables elected representatives to do the daily work of government b. legislative powers are necessary to check the power of the president c. it frees members of congress from the

  14. Social Studies

    o many people the most meaningful of these classifications [of government] is the one that depends on the number of persons who can take part in the governing process. why might this particular classification be most meaningful to people? A.it indicates

  15. Math 100

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 32 said they drove alone. 35 rode in a carpool. 31 rode public transportation. 7 used both carpools and public transportation. 8 used

  16. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 26 said they drove alone. 33 rode in a carpool. 35 rode public transportation. 8 used both carpools

  17. Social Studies

    Which of the following best summarizes Hoover’s and Roosevelt’s policies? A. Hoover was most concerned about stabilizing the banks, while Roosevelt chose to provide jobs. B. Hoover believed in providing public works and welfare, while Roosevelt wanted

  18. American Government

    The Constitution establishes rules that the United States government must observe. There are five main principles that form the basis of these rules and ensure our democratic government. In a minimum of three well-developed paragraphs, list, define, and

  19. Algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 31 said they drove alone, 39 rode in carpool, 35 rode public transportation, 10 used both carpool and public transportation, 7 used both

  20. government

    What contradiction exists in American public opinion about Ronald Reagan’s claim that government is not the solution but the problem? A. Americans want regulation and public services but not tax cuts. B. Americans want government in their private lives

  21. US Government

    Public opinion is crucial in a democracy, for if we are truly a government "for the people, by the people," it is then essential that we know what the people think and want. True or false?

  22. History

    How did Europeans’ view of the universe as a large machine change how people viewed government? people believed that the government also operated like a machine and that individuals only needed a reason to determine how to govern themselves people

  23. Government

    The lawmaking function of congress is central to democracy because a. it enables elected representatives to do the daily work of government. b. legislative powers are necessary to check the power of the president. c. it frees members of congress from the

  24. World History Answer Check

    1. How did the Committee of Public Safety identify enemies of the state? A: The Committee of Public Safety indentified enemies of the state by the people who were under suspicion of betraying France. 2. Did the French Revolution live up to the revolution's

  25. Social Studies

    To many people the most meaningful of these classifications [of government] is the one that depends on the number of persons who can take part in the governing process. why might this particular classification be most meaningful to people? A.it indicates

  26. algebra

    a poll was taken of 100 students at a computer campus to find out how they got to campus. 31 said they drove alone 34 rode in a carpool 25 rode public transportation 5 used both carpool and public transportation 8 used both a car pool and sometimes their

  27. Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(Civics)

    "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, continent in Liberty, and dedicated to the preposition that all men are created equal." -Abraham Lincoln With which of the following statements is the author of the

  28. history

    how is the creation of public policy in Russia different from that in the united states? Russia's president passes public policy through referendums; in united states the president must wait for congress to pass legislation. *** the president of the united

  29. ss

    Which of the following might a limited government be more likely to do than an unlimited government? A. build and maintain public roads B. protect citizens from attack C. operate public schools D. let citizens speak freely and protest

  30. History

    Using the following passage from Jean-Jacques Rousseau's 1763 book The Social Contract to answer the following question: What then is government? It is an intermediary body established between the subjects and the sovereign to keep them in touch with each

  31. managerial economics

    The total operating revenues of a public transportation authority are $100M while its total operatiing costs are $120M. The price per ride is $1, and the price elasticity of demand for transportation ia -0.4. The transportation authority has to eliminate

  32. Math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 33 said they drove alone. 31 rode in a carpool. 37 rode public transportation. 9 used both carpools and public transportation. 6 used

  33. History

    Which statement BEST describes a principle that is shared in the preambles of the constitutions of the United States and Georgia? A. Government originates from the people B. Government offers peace and prosperity* C. Government helps all of its people D.

  34. Social Studies

    Which of the following is most likely a piece of modern Chinese state propaganda? a. a short film promoting the Cultural Revolution. b. a statue showing the modern thinker Confucius. c. a poster supporting the one-child policy. d. a website giving

  35. socials

    Sue this mohammad’s sister, his computer not working. He need help with his work today. Imagine urself as the prime minister or minister of finance, what would you do about the debt the Canadian government carrying. Need thesis statement, evidence, and

  36. Grade 3 (transporatation)

    I am doing a unit on public transportation in New York city for my 3rd grade class and I am having a little trouble finding interesting and fun websites that my students could use to get information on past and present types of public transportation. Do

  37. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 26 said they drove alone. 34 rode in a carpool. 34 rode public transportation. 7 used both carpools and public transportation. 6 used

  38. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 35 said they drove alone. 35 rode in a carpool. 30 rode public transportation. 3 used both carpools

  39. geo

    russia depends primarly upon ___ for transportation. A)cars and trucks B)airplanes and cars C)railroads and waterways D)subways and trucks my choice is d why is public transportation important in russia? A)private ownership of automobile is forbidden B)the

  40. History

    Which statement BEST describes a principle that is shared in the preambles of the constitutions of the United States and Georgia? A. Government originates from the people B. Government offers peace and prosperity C. Government helps all of its people D.

  41. Social Studies 8

    1. for the additional green spaces to be considered public services, what must be true? A. The local government uses tax money to create them B. a national business provides funding for some of the spaces C. people who purchased season passes to the spaces

  42. UDC

    Utilizing a public policy of your choice from a local government where you reside, prepare a paper assessing that government’s revenues and examining possible funding options for the chosen public policy. Utilizing the local government’s annual

  43. socology

    10. What type of sociologist stresses a commitment to positively impacting society through sociology? Academic Applied Public Scientific 9. What are the five key social institutions that impact society? Economy, government, religion, education, and public

  44. government

    Long ago, James Prothro and Charles Grigg discovered a problem with the views of Americans on democratic values. The general public manifest opinions that are often contrary to basic values essential to sustain a democratic government. Political elites are

  45. History - please check my answers

    1. Which of the following statements best support the importance of a free and responsible press to the healthy functioning of a democracy? Select all that apply. (2 points) A free press protects the individual rights of all people.

  46. Social studies

    What believe united the progressive movement? A. That societies problems could be solved B. That education needed reform C. That there should be a federal income tax D. That political bosses should not hold office What was the main reason for the creation

  47. political science

    An important reason for why public policy and public opinion may not coincide in the United States is that... a) the American system of government includes arrangements, such as an appointed judiciary, which may produce policy decisions that run contraty

  48. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 35 said they drove alone. 35 rode in a carpool. 30 rode public transportation. 3 used both carpools

  49. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 35 said they drove alone. 24 rode in a carpool. 33 rode public transportation. 5 used both carpools

  50. Algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 37 said they drove alone. 38 rode in a carpool. 25 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 10 used both a

  51. english 1

    Carefully retype this sentence using correct capitalization. Be sure to press Enter. to help prevent pollution, people could walk, ride bikes, and use public transportation.

  52. Social Studies

    Which of the following might a limited government be more likely to do than an unlimited government? A. build and maintain public roads B. protect citizens from attack C. operate public schools D. let citizens speak freely and protest

  53. Civics (Reed)

    Now I'll go with press, assembly, and petition. What does this information mean? What are its implications? What thoughts/emotions does it evoke? For press: A: People can share things about the govt. that you may not know otherwise. You can voice your

  54. government

    Long ago, James Prothro and Charles Grigg discovered a problem with the views of Americans on democratic values. The general public manifest opinions that are often contrary to basic values essential to sustain a democratic government. Political elites are

  55. Social studies

    That we here highly resolve [decide] that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

  56. History

    How did Europeans' views of the universe as a large machine change how people viewed government? A.The two ideas were not connected by Europeans during the Scientific Revolution. B.People believed that government also operated like a machine and that

  57. history please help

    1. It is responsibility of all citizens too. a. run of political office b. attend naturalization cermonies c. pay taxes and serve on juries*** d. join special interest groups 2. What is not a form of local government a. city government b. county government

  58. Economics

    . Why does government subsidize public transportation when most people do not use it? Is there public transportation in your community? If so, what type? Why should a person use public transportation if he or she does not have to?

  59. Math

    900 people were surveyed on how they get to work in Dallas. Public Transportation- 19% and Bikes 11%. How many people were surveyed that take public transportation and bikes?

  60. math

    Where K is a constant to be determined. If it took Ian 45 minutes to exit the stadium when there were 5,000 people who drove and 1,500 people who took public transportation, how much time will it take Ian to exit if there are 12,500 people who drove and

  61. math

    Where K is a constant to be determined. If it took Ian 45 minutes to exit the stadium when there were 5,000 people who drove and 1,500 people who took public transportation, how much time will it take Ian to exit if there are 12,500 people who drove and

  62. Managerial Economics

    I need help on some homework questions for an MBA-level Managerial Economics class. The total operating revenues of a public transportation authority are $100M while its total operatiing costs are $120M. The price per ride is $1, and the price elasticity

  63. Math 104

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 34 said they drove alone. 24 rode in a carpool. 28 rode public transportation. 3 used both carpools and public transportation. 3 used

  64. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 27 said they drove alone. 30 rode in a carpool. 34 rode public transportation. 4 used both carpools and public transportation. 3 used

  65. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 28 said they drove alone. 37 rode in a carpool. 27 rode public transportation. 8 used both carpools and public transportation. 8 used

  66. MATH

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 30 said they drove alone. 32 rode in a carpool. 34 rode public transportation. 8 used both carpools and public transportation. 4 used

  67. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 32 said they drove alone. 33 rode in a carpool. 35 rode public transportation. 9 used both carpools and public transportation. 9 used

  68. venn diagrams

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 29 said they drove alone. 25 rode in a carpool. 30 rode public transportation. 7 used both carpools and public transportation. 6 used

  69. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 34 said they drove alone. 33 rode in a carpool. 29 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 10 used

  70. Algebra with applications

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results were as follows: 29 said they drove alone. 36 rode in a carpool. 36 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 4 used

  71. Algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students on how they got to campus. 33 drove alone, 35 rode in a carpool, 26 rode public transportation, 6 used both carpool and public transportation, 8 used both a carpool, 6 used buses as well as their own cars, 5 used all three

  72. Social Studies (please check Ms. Sue)

    Please check this. Thanks! 1. How did World War 1 benefit South Carolina's economy the most? a. The government improved transportation systems.*** b. The government opened military bases for training. c. The people of South Carolina bought Liberty Bonds.

  73. Economics

    The total operating revenues of a public transportation authority are $100M while its total operatiing costs are $120M. The price per ride is $1, and the price elasticity of demand for transportation ia -0.4. The transportation authority has to eliminate

  74. Math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 38 said they drove alone. 34 rode in a carpool. 33 rode public transportation. 9 used both carpools

  75. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 33 said they drove alone. 34 rode in a carpool. 29 rode public transportation. 8 used both carpools

  76. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 33 said they drove alone. 29 rode in a carpool. 35 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools

  77. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 35 said they drove alone. 24 rode in a carpool. 33 rode public transportation. 5 used both carpools

  78. Algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 37 said they drove alone. 38 rode in a carpool. 25 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 10 used both a

  79. Algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. How many are not using any of the three? 32 said they drove alone. 34 rode in a carpool. 31 rode public transportation. 7 used both carpools

  80. Managerial Economics

    I am completely lost in working this problem. 1. The total operating avenues of a public transportation authority are$100 million while its operating costs are $120 million. The price of a ride is $1, and the price of elasticity of demand has been

  81. ALGEBRA

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 57 said they drove alone. 29 rode in a carpool. 30 rode public transportation. 6 used both carpools and public transportation. 9 used both a

  82. Math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below 47 said they drove alone 24 rode in a carpool 35 rode public transportation 3 used both carpools and public transportation 4 used both a carpool

  83. math

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 43 said they drove alone. 34 rode in a carpool. 28 rode public transportation. 4 used both carpools and public transportation. 7 used both a

  84. History

    Which statement BEST describes a principle that is shared in the preambles of the constitutions of the United States and Georgia? A. Government originates from the people B. Government offers peace and prosperity C. Government helps all of its people D.

  85. algebra

    A poll was taken of 100 students at a commuter campus to find out how they got to campus. The results are below. 35 said they drove alone. 38 rode in a carpool. 33 rode public transportation. 5 used both carpools and public transportation. 4 used both a

  86. careers

    All people in government or public administration are elected.

  87. government

    Please help me answer this question. Having a hard time. **The term public administration is traditionally defined as a government agency. What are the limitations this definition has on public administration? How has public administration evolved to

  88. history

    The sector of the American public that is interested in politics and understands how government works is called the __________. A.attentive public B.activists C.lobbyists D.public action members A?

  89. Social Studies

    Which statement BEST describes a principle which is shared in the preambles of the constitutions of the US and georgia A. Government originates from the people B.Government offers peace and prosperity*** C.Government takes care of its people D.Governments

  90. history

    what responsibility, (if any), does the government have toward the unemployed? - should the government support people until they find work? - should it provide public jobs when other jobs are unavailable? give reasons to support your views please help me

  91. transportation

    what are transportation barriers Please clarify your question. Are you asking about barriers to transportation in general -- major rivers, steep mountains, etc.? Or are you asking about transportation barriers for handicapped people? Your question is

  92. History

    Which falls outside the range of services provided by Georgia's city governments? A.)public transportation B.)public health services C.)issuing drivers license******* D.)police and fire protection

  93. business

    why do you think federal government is concerned about foreign investment in financial services, transportation and culture in particular...(especially canadian government)

  94. Colonies in the wilderness

    Why was the government of Canada(1791) not truly a representative government? This system was not truly a representative one because a representative government is one in which representatives are elected by people to make laws on their behalf, and this

  95. government

    a positive activity of interest groups is to a. get people interested in public affairs b. provide information to government

  96. U.S. GOVERNMENT

    1)A government where the executive of the nation comes directly from the legislature is known as a parliamentary government, meaning the legislature decides who the nation's top executive is (although there is often a separate ceremonial head of state).

  97. 7th American History

    I am working on a assignment the problem is: Be able to explain how transportation innovations of the time period affected migration patterns in the United States. Be able to talk about different types of transportation innovations, how they these

  98. social Studies! MRS.SUE!?

    1. What effect did the suffrage movement have on women in South Carolina? A. women gained the right to work outside of the home B. women gained the right to belong to political parties C. women gained the right to attend public schools D. women gained the

  99. History

    10.)Which committee is NOT paired correctly with its responsibility? A. interim committee - work between legislative sessions***** B. conference committee - work to reconcile two different bills C. standing committee- permanent committees that work on

  100. Art

    Why did many 19th-century artists create pieces that aligned with the views of their government? A:They usually agreed with the government policies. B:They could not survive without the government. C:They were sponsored by wealthy patrons. D:They lived in

Pages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20