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Until gas is $10 per mile, people will always prefer driving to transit

It's not like transit use went up significantly when gas hit $4 a gallon or anything. No, wait, it did.

There is no one price at which everyone will stop driving it is continuum and gas prices aren't the only factor one has to look at the total (time plus money) cost of a given mode of transportation for a given trip.

by Jacob on Oct 23, 2009 4:11 pm • linkreport

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