98 Percent Of Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others (via The Onion)

 

A study released Monday by the American Public Transportation Association reveals that 98 percent of Americans support the use of mass transit by others.

“With traffic congestion, pollution, and oil shortages all getting worse, now is the time to shift to affordable, efficient public transportation,” APTA director Howard Collier said. “Fortunately, as this report shows, Americans have finally recognized the need for everyone else to do exactly that.”Of the study’s 5,200 participants, 44 percent cited faster commutes as the primary reason to expand public transportation, followed closely by shorter lines at the gas station. Environmental and energy concerns ranked a distant third and fourth, respectively.

via Report: 98 Percent Of U.S. Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source. (Jan. 19, 2

 

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