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What about the impact on traffic? High school and middle school students can get around on their own, on transit, but what about all those grade school parents trudging their kids around before and after work? I'd love it if they all used public transportation, but realistically they don't. I've heard some incredibly commuter stories from some parents of grade-school kids that are in charter schools...I can't imagine that on a city-wide scale.

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