The overhaul of the American transportation system, desired by the Green New Deal, is unrealistic. The market for hybrid driving technology is small when compared to traditional gas vehicles. Additionally, the proposal does not give the American consumer incentive to move over to hybrid vehicles.
When it comes to nationwide transportation in the United States, the bill inadequately addresses how the overhaul would occur. High-speed rail is not a popular idea among the populace, and many states lack the financial ability to create these systems. The Green New Deal does not have enough specifics to overhaul the American transportation system realistically.