Farwell Questions Primary Care Move’s Impact On Poor

by Thomas Breen | Dec 4, 2018 2:30 pm | Comments (1)

Thomas Breen photoDon’t let the city’s largest primary care services for the poor move to an area largely inaccessible to those without cars. The result: higher transportation costs, in both time and money, for those who can least afford that burden.

So argues a local urban planning expert and alternative transportation advocate in testimony she submitted to the state agency charged with reviewing the proposed primary care move.

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