It wouldn't move the temperature gauge one smidgin, however it would cut down on air pollution.Time for your country to get off it's derrière:
The country is way behind in building a modern transit system in urban areas,
Subways, trams, light urban rail, fast long distance rail.
All existing infrastructure is ancient, including roads and bridges.
If you are worried about carbon footprints and commuters, public transit is the way.
Not telling people to buy EV's, private charging stations, or hydrogen vehicles.
The aim has to be to have urban transit and get people out of private cars.
If you want to see how modern transit works ago to EU, Japan, China.
The DR could have a rail system in the small country.
PUJ-SDQ-STI-POP to start with.
Obviously the majority of DR citizens lives in the two major cities.
It is there where modern transit is needed, to reduce pollution and traffic congestion.
This will help fight global warming and rising ocean temperatures.
Even in small towns like P.P. Sosua, Cabarete the traffic is increasingly horrendous.