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A new survey from Bay Area Council finds that although most residents rely on cars to get around, they strongly support a $3 billion bond measure to make BART better. Respondents were also in favor of the construction of a second Transbay Tube to connect the city to the East Bay. Despite high levels of concern over traffic issues, those surveyed were less supportive of paying higher vehicle license fees to fund improvements to streets and highways. Fewer than half of respondents supported either a new flat fee or a plan to charge drivers for the number of miles driven each year. [SFGate]