– High gas prices fuel public transit use – High gas prices fuel public transit use:
High gasoline prices are turning some drivers into riders, say public transit authorities in several states.
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority head Joe Calabrese says high gasoline prices are turning drivers into riders.
It’s a trend that Joe Calabrese, general manager of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, expects to continue as long as a gallon of gas remains about $2.
My question is – how much higher is gas going to have to go until we as a region seriously consider some form of efficient mass transit? The City buses do more to impede traffic than carry people about.

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