Over three-quarters of all jobs in the 100 largest metropolitan areas are in neighborhoods with transit service. Western metro areas like Los Angeles and Seattle exhibit the highest coverage rates, while rates are lowest in Southern metro areas like Atlanta and Greenville. Regardless of region, city jobs across every metro area and industry category have better access to transit than their suburban counterparts.
My wish is this: Seattle takes the position expressed by the former mayor of Bogota, Enrique Peñalosa, in the documentary Urbanized. For him, a city that privileges the bus on all major roads is a city that's really (and not superficially—meaning, one man/woman, one vote) democratic.
A bus w/100 passengers has the right to 100 times more road space than a car w/1. Democracy at work.