Liberty City Transport Commission is a traffic commission that is in charge of operating, implementing and maintaining infrastructure in Liberty City.

History Edit

The LCTC was established in 1901, after the city's transportation planning needs reached new highs with the establishment of Portland. The LCTC bought up all privatized transport institutions and made them state funded. Bridges, ferries and roads became LCTC's primary objective. In 1920, the LCTC started operating buses around Liberty City.

Criticism Edit

The LCTC is heavily criticized for it's inadequacy of properly maintaining and planing projects, often mentioned are also construction times and priorities of projects. In the 1970's and 80's there were claims of corruption in the higher ranks of the commission. Transport officials often gave private persons tax breaks and was often evicted of transport fees or given free access to transport systems in return for personal gain.

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