The Crimson White: "American cities are plagued by sprawl. We have torn cities apart, transplanting the vital wealth and residents to distant suburbs and filling in the gaps with more and more asphalt. What has resulted is a hellscape of highways, interrupted only temporarily by fast food drive-thrus and uninspiring strip malls. We have taken the vastness of our country and paved every inch we can get our hands on.
The United States lacks something
that virtually every other highly-
developed nation possesses: a reliable public transportation system."