The United States faces several challenges in its public transportation systems. Compared to those in wealthy European and Asian countries, U.S. buses, subways, and rails all have lower ridership, less frequent services, and longer wait times. The underdevelopment of the nation's public transportation system is intertwined with Americans' reliance on private vehicles. It is an issue with important consequences for the global climate.  

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