Friday, March 16, 2012

Rising gas prices send more rural Americans to public transit

NPR ran this story yesterday.  Here's an excerpt from Charlotte Albright's story, dateline St. Johnsbury, Vermont:
There is little question that rising gas prices are making life miserable for lots of motorists.  But for small rural transit systems, it's both good and bad news.  Good because it rings more riders on board. Bad because the cost of transporting them is busting budgets.  

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