We hope to reform transportation in Montana for the better, to encourage changes at every level of government and within households. To secure the inalienable right to a healthful environment for ourselves and generations of Montanans to come, we need urgent change in the way we get around this state. We need our towns to make walking, biking, and taking the bus a possibility for us while acknowledging the very real need of cars for many of our industries. We need more small-town transit options, and for our cities to give space to alternative modes of transit. Our values show themselves in who is given space in our communities. For far too long, we haven’t been living up to our constitutional values. It’s time we acknowledge that transit issues are Montanan issues, because transit matters here, too.