In 2007, U.S. riders took 10.3 billion trips on transit systems. That marked the highest level in 50 years -- since before the Eisenhower interstate system, since a time when streetcars rattled down the boulevards of many American cities. Usage this year is up 3.3 percent nationally over last year's highs. The largest gains have come, somewhat surprisingly, in predominantly automobile-oriented places like Denver, Dallas, and Charlotte, N.C.
Monday, June 9, 2008
A Good Article Discussing Mass Transit...
...from Grist Magazine: