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Most people in metropolitan areas face choices when we travel to go by car or to use public transit? These decisions have a huge impact on our wallets, on the environment and on our quality of life.

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Top 10 Bizarre Public Transportation Ideas Top 10 Bizarre Public Transportation Ideas Ziplines, one-person taxis and paved tubes for bikers? Yes, these are among the Top 10 Bizarre Public Transportation Ideas compiled by Green Chip Living.
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Federal Transit Administration study Federal Transit Administration study Transportation is the second-largest source of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. This Federal Transit Administration study (PDF) compares public transit's CO2 emissions to those of private autos and discusses how other measures such as transit-oriented development (TOD) can be even more beneficial to the environment.
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Urban Mobility Report Urban Mobility Report Traffic congestion frustrates drivers, wastes time and uses up gas. The Texas Transportation Institute, the leading authority, totals up the damage in their annual Urban Mobility Report -- which gives a picture of the full impact of congestion on our environment and our lives.
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American Public Transportation Association. American Public Transportation Association. Find out about the American Public Transportation Association. Locate public transportation in your community, share your story, contact officials, sign the petition, and more.
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Economist Chart showing gas taxes Economist Chart showing gas taxes Drivers in the United States pay far less in gas taxes than do drivers in at least 15 other countries. This chart on The Economist's website lays out the data.
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